Anatomy is destiny.
Sigmund Freud, Collected Writings, 1924
Austrian psychologist (1856 - 1939)
The author quoted wasn't a "psychologist".
Above all he was a "Medical Doctor" in Vienna and was precisely a "Professor in Neuropathology" and the common practice in the beginnig was as a neurologist.
After the start of his office activity linked to an austrian GP Dr. Breuer, he created a new profession called "psychoanalyst" that is been still practising by someone,...
To say that Sigmund Freud was a psychologist it's like to say that Thomas Edison was an electrician!!!
I suggest to write: " the father of psychoanalysis", ... I think it's a more proper definition,....
I apology for "the not requested tip".
All the best!!
Dr. Fabrizio Marcolongo