The Freud Folder - Composed of five charts, which provide a permanent source of information and complementary material to the study of Freud's life, work, and the psychoanalytical movement. Its striking visuals and carefully designed fold-outs, were conceived for at-a-glance consultation.
Timeline Freud - A two-meter fold-out timeline: life - work - world. It begins with the birth of Sigmund Freud in 1856 and ends in 1940. Acting as a didactic and chronological guide the timeline traces the discovery of psychoanalysis through each paper. It includes the steps towards the institutionalization of the psychoanalytical movement with the birth of the IPA, and allows for connections between scientific, cultural and personal events.
Freud's Genealogy - Freud's family tree, which starts with his parents and follows his genealogy until his current day descendants. The layout provides an easy reading of the name, age, sex, profession, date and place of birth and death of his parents, half-brothers, wife, children and grandchildren.
Psychoanalytic Filiations - Based on the research of Ernst Falzeder it presents the analysands of the pioneers of the psychoanalytical movement including Freud, Ferenczi, Abraham, Sachs, Rank, Jones, Anna Freud and Klein. The diagrams outline strands of theoretical filiation at the beginning of psychoanalysis.
The Schools of Psychoanalysis - A comprehensive view of the main theoretical schools that stemmed from the work of Sigmund Freud. It features a schematic presentation of the schools' founders and provides a brief summary of their key concepts.
Interview with Freud - Aged seventy, Freud gave a rare interview to George Sylvester Viereck. With the incisive wit and perceptive intelligence that characterized him, Freud discusses issues including family, love, illness, death, psychoanalysis, the psychoanalytical movement, literature and philosophy.