Psychoanalytic Theories

According to evolutionary brain research and developmental psychiatry, psychological issues are caused by the ineffective activity of mental modules that were designed to function under tribal physical or social settings but not necessarily under modern ones. Related species have been discovered to have social abnormalities that mirror human dysfunctional behaviour. Social conflicts and internal unrest are at the centre of psychoanalytic beliefs. These theories have been supported as explanations for mental health problems. This claim focuses on how unconscious forces affect people's behaviour.

  • Personality development
  • Psychoanalysis
  • Neo-analytic theory

    Related Conference of Psychoanalytic Theories

    May 23-24, 2024

    41th Global Psychiatry and Mental Health Conference

    Zurich, Switzerland
    May 27-28, 2024

    6th European Autism Congress

    Paris, France
    July 15-16, 2024

    6th International Congress on Mental Health

    Amsterdam, Netherlands
    September 09-10, 2024

    5th Annual Congress on Psychiatry

    London, UK
    September 09-10, 2024

    9th International Conference on Addiction Therapy

    Paris, France
    October 21-22, 2024

    18th International Conference on Mental Health & Psychiatry

    Zurich, Switzerland
    December 05-06, 2024

    4th World Conference on Addiction Psychiatry

    Prague,

    Psychoanalytic Theories Conference Speakers

      Recommended Sessions

      Related Journals

      Are you interested in