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Sante De Sanctis

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Sante De Sanctis (7 February 1862 – 20 February 1935) was an Italian physician, psychologist, and psychiatrist. He is considered one of the founders of the Italian psychology and pediatric psychiatry. Life Sante De Sanctis was born on 7 February 1862 in Parrano, where his family had resided since the 16th century. He graduated in medicine at La Sapienza University of Rome with a thesis on aphasia in 1886. He began working in 1891 at the Roman laboratory of pathological anatomy of Santa Maria della Pietà psychiatric hospital, directed by Giovanni Mingazzini. In those years he went to Zurich and Paris to complete his psychiatric studies. De Sanctis, then, started his research on the psychology of dreams and, in 1896, he published "I sogni e il sonno nell'isterismo e nella epilessia", followed by "I sogni: studi psicologici e clinici di un alienista" in 1899, quoted in the treatise "The interpretation of dreams" by Sigmund Freud. Together with Giuseppe Ferruccio Montesano and
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