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Freuds theory of the workings of the human psyche was most

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Freud's theory of the workings of the human psyche was most shocking to Victorian society because it

A. advocated the use of shock therapy.
b. ascribed sexual lust to persons of every age.
c. used hypnosis to uncover the keys to neuroses.
d. declared human actions to be, for the most part, unconscious.
e. considered religion as the satisfaction of infantile needs.

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