Sigmund Freud

Milan Stojadinovic

Who is Sigmund Freud?

Sigmund Freud was an Austrian physician, he was as revolutionary as Einstein's theory of relativity. One of his biggest theories was the theory of the human mind (dreams). His theory was that before you fall asleep, if you think of something good you are more likely to have a good dream and not a nightmare. And if you think of something scary of not in your comfort zone, you are more likely to have a nightmare.

Who Did Sigmund Freud Do His Tests On?

Sigmund Freud tested people that were in Mental Institutions. He tested these people because he felt that they had the most active mind. The way he tested the inmates was ink blots. Ink blots are kind of like abstract drawing. People will see anything out of these ink blots whether it be war, family or a problem.

What Did His Theories Prove?

Sigmund's theories proved that people with minds that are scattered all over the place will see different things on the same ink blot. His theories also proved that the thought before you sleep, can affect your dream. So to say, if you have a bad thought chances are you will have a bad dream. And if you have a good thought, chances are you will have a good dream.

My Reaction

I was very interested in this project because I have always wanted to figure out how dreams work and how the human mind works whenever I have a bad or good dream. This project was also freaky because going into an insane asylum to figure out what people are thinking is kind of freaky to me. Other wise it was a cool project.

Work Cited

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