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Born near Hamburg, Germany

1885

Stepmother Sonni, divorced Horney's father

1904

Entered medical school

1906

Married Oscar Horney

1909

Horney gave birth to Brigitte, the first out of three daughters

1910

Her stepmother died

1911

Followed Freudian analysis with Karl Abraham to explore psychoanalysis

1915

Worked at the Berlin Psychoanalytic Clinic and analyzed patients

1919

Published papers about the topic of orthodox Freudians, psychosexuality

1920

Husband's (Oscar) business shut down and he developed meningitis

1923

Moved out of Oscar's house with her three daughters and moved to the U.S

1926

Theories established, focused on sociocultural factors of human development

1930

Stopped work at Berlin Psychoanalytic Clinic and Institute

1932

Moved to New York

1934

Published The Neurotic personality Of Our Time

1937

Developed different views with other psychoanalysts

1941

Driven away from Freud's assumptions

1941

Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis

1941

Published Self-Analysis

1942

Published Our Inner Conflicts

1945

Published Neurosis and Human Growth

1950

Horney died

1952