In a message dated 18/03/2010 00:58:07 GMT Standard Time, skylark05@MAIL.RU writes:
In his "Reminiscences of Dostoevsky" (1885),  S. D. Yanovski* compares the author of Crime and Punishment and other "psychological" novels to Western psychiatrists Charcot, Siegmund Freud [...] and Carl Westphal: 
This is a common mistake. Freud was not a psychiatrist. He was a neurologist. He invented a form of psychotherapy which he called psychoanalysis.
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