neo-Freudian
adjective Usage: often capitalized N Date: 1945 of or relating to a school of psychoanalysis that differs from Freudian orthodoxy in emphasizing the importance of social and cultural factors in the development of an individual's personality • neo-Freudian noun, often capitalized N

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