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*  Self-conscious emotions
Attention Developmental psychology Emotion Psychological repression Self-consciousness Thought suppression Brown, B. R. (1970 ... Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 4, 107-122. Darwin, C., R. (1965). The expression of the emotions in man and animals ... European Journal of Social Psychology, 12, 367-377. Sturm, V., E. & Rosen, H., J. (2006). Self-conscious emotion deficits in ... Journal of Personalityand Social Psychology, 68, 441-454. Semin, G. R., & Manstead, A. S. R. (1982). The social implications of ...
*  Regression (psychology)
Defence mechanism Displacement (psychology) Narcissistic withdrawal Psychological projection Psychological repression ... Rationalization (psychology) Reaction formation "Psychology Dictionary (R) at AllPsych Online". allpsych.com. Retrieved 2008-03 ... Kris thus opened the way for ego psychology to take a more positive view of regression. Carl Jung had earlier argued that 'the ... Studies in Analytical Psychology(London 1999) p. 230 Sigmund Freud, Civilization, Society and Religion (PFL 12) p. 73 Michael ...
*  Jokes and Their Relation to the Unconscious
... discursive psychology and the nature of repression." British Journal of Social Psychology 36, no. 2 (1997): 139-159. Atluri, ...
*  Elephant in the room
... and that the sociology/psychology of repression also operates on the macro scale. In 1814, Ivan Andreevich Krylov (1769-1844), ...
*  Forgetting
... "repression". There is debate as to whether (or how often) memory repression really occurs and mainstream psychology holds that ... 235-269 McLeod, S. A. (2008). Simply Psychology; . Retrieved 19 February 2012, from Simply Psychology The End of Forgetting An ... "Forgetting". Simply Psychology. Retrieved 1 May 2014. Underwood, B.J. (1957). 'Interference and forgetting' in Psychological ... The four main theories of forgetting apparent in the study of psychology are as follows: Cue-dependent forgetting (also, ...
*  Warren Kinston
Boag, Simon (1 January 2007). "Realism, self-deception, & the logical paradox of repression". Theory & Psychology. 17 (3): 421- ... Within psychoanalysis, Kinston contributed to clarification of narcissism and repression from a practical and clinical ...
*  John Maze
Boag, S. (2007). "'Real processes' and the explanatory status of repression and inhibition". Philosophical Psychology. 20: 375- ... Maze's theoretical psychology extended from analyses of psychoanalytic metapsychology, to critique of concerns of psychology ... Turtle, A.M. (1997). "Institution, ideology, icon: Psychology at Sydney 1921-1996". Australian Journal of Psychology. 49: 121- ... In respect to content, Maze refined a view of psychology as "the study of how cognition shapes behaviour in the service of the ...
*  Psychological repression
... memory repression really occur and mainstream psychology holds that true memory repression occurs only very rarely. As Sigmund ... primal repression' from 'the case of repression proper ("after-pressure").' In the primary repression phase, 'it is highly ... Psychological repression, or simply repression, is the psychological attempt made by an individual to direct one's own desires ... I gave the name of repression to this hypothetical process'. Freud would later call the theory of repression "the corner-stone ...
*  Ego psychology
... these defenses include repression, regression, displacement, and reaction formation. All adults have, and use, primitive ... and self psychology. Charles Brenner (1982) attempted to revive ego psychology with a concise and incisive articulation of the ... psychoanalytic theory-as expressed through the principles of ego psychology-was a biologically based general psychology that ... Ego psychology is a school of psychoanalysis rooted in Sigmund Freud's structural id-ego-superego model of the mind. An ...
*  Sex and Repression in Savage Society
Malinowski, Bronislaw (1927). Sex and repression in savage society. Routledge Classics (Psychology Press), ISBN 978-0-415-25554 ... Sex and Repression in Savage Society at Faded Page (Canada) Sex and Repression in Savage Society full text via Internet Archive ... Sex and Repression in Savage Society is a 1927 book by anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski. It is considered "a famous critique ... Wiley-Blackwell, ISBN 978-0-7456-2716-8 Young, D. (1928). Malinowski's Sex and Repression in Savage Society (review). ...
*  Saul Rosenzweig
Meltzer's survey of studies of repression in an article published in the British Journal of Psychology. Rosenzweig and Mason ... Psychology in the Making: Histories of Selected Research Problems. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. pp. 674, 675, 691, 703. . (2007 ... Rosenzweig, who, with a co-author, has been credited with being the first to attempt to "elicit repression" in a laboratory ... Bloom, Mark (November 2007), Finding Aid for Saul Rosenzweig (PDF), Archives of the History of American Psychology, University ...
*  Psychology
"Reconstruction and Repression", pp. 351-375. Kozulin, Psychology in Utopia (1984), pp. 84-86. "Against such a background it is ... This field was at first called economic psychology or business psychology; later, industrial psychology, employment psychology ... Personnel psychology, a subfield of I-O psychology, applies the methods and principles of psychology in selecting and ... School psychology combines principles from educational psychology and clinical psychology to understand and treat students with ...
*  Motivated forgetting
Psychology, Public Policy and Law. 1 (4): 846-908. doi:10.1037/1076-8971.1.4.846. Freud, S. (1957). Repression. In J. Strachey ... There was also a lesser understanding of the aspects of memory suppression and repression. The repression of memories was the ... repression)". Journal of Experimental Psychology. 79 (2, Pt.1): 226-232. doi:10.1037/h0026951. Stoler, L., Quina, K., DePrince ... An example of repression would include a child who is abused by a parent, who later has no recollection of the events, but has ...
*  Selective amnesia
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 69, 62-69 Stam, H. J., Radtke-Bodorik, H., & Spanos, N. P. (1980). Repression and ... Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 100(2), 133-143 Clemes, S. R. (1964). Repression and hypnotic amnesia. ... Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 89(4), 551-559 Lewis, D. J., Miller, R. R., & Misanin, J. R. (1969). Selective amnesia in rats ... Hilgard, E. R., & Hommel, L. S. (1961) Selective amnesia for events within hypnosis in relation to repression. Journal of ...
*  Fixation (psychology)
Melanie Klein saw fixation as inherently pathological - a blocking of potential sublimation by way of repression. Erik H. ... Psychology portal Fanaticism Father complex Idée fixe (psychology) Psychical inertia Psychosexual development Regression ( ... "Fixation" (German: Fixierung) is a concept (in human psychology) that was originated by Sigmund Freud (1905) to denote the ... psychology) Substance dependence Salman Akhtar, Comprehensive Dictionary of Psychoanalysis (London 2009) p. 112 Salman Akhtar, ...
*  Jonah complex
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Personality Psychology, Abraham Maslow Haronian, Frank (1967-12-15). "The Repression of the ... "Course Notes for Humanistic Psychology (PSYC 2000)". University of Western Georgia. Archived from the original on 20 September ...
*  Politics (1940s magazine)
... with the social psychology of Karen Horney and Erich Fromm for supporting witness, prefigured the sorts of polemics that would ... an essay by the young San Francisco Beat-affiliated poet Robert Duncan on the internalized repression, thence redirected ... and Goodman preferring instead to excavate the post-Freudian unconscious and the repression of instinct, ...
*  Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
... described Csikszentmihalyi as the world's leading researcher on positive psychology. Csikszentmihalyi once said: "Repression is ... He is the former head of the department of psychology at the University of Chicago and of the department of sociology and ... Car, A. Positive psychology. The Science of happiness and human strengths. Hove, 2004. Csikszentmihalyi, M. & Nakamura, J. ( ... In his seminal work, Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience, Csíkszentmihályi outlines his theory that people are happiest ...
*  Sublimation (psychology)
Freud considered this psychical operation to be fairly salutary compared to the others that he identified, such as repression, ... In psychology, sublimation is a mature type of defense mechanism, in which socially unacceptable impulses or idealizations are ... XXI, 79-80 Wade, Carol and Carol Travis, Psychology, Sixth Edition (Prentice Hall, 2000) 478. ISBN 0-321-04931-4 Walter Arnold ... These investigators view their research, published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, as providing "possibly ...
*  The Psychology of Self-Esteem
He discusses his theories about consciousness, volition, emotions (with particular attention to emotional repression) and ... The Psychology of Self-Esteem is a book by Nathaniel Branden, first published in 1969. It explains Branden's theories of human ... The Psychology of Self-Esteem was largely written while Branden was associated with Ayn Rand. It was Branden's first solo book ... Psychology professor Robyn Dawes said that Branden propagated a false "belief that human distress can be traced to deficient ...
*  Nathaniel Branden
... naming as problems a tendency to encourage emotional repression and moralizing, a failure to understand psychology beyond its ... After graduating from high school, Branden went on to earn his BA in psychology from the University of California Los Angeles, ... Who is Ayn Rand? (with Barbara Branden) (1962) The Psychology of Self-Esteem (1969) Breaking Free (1970) The Disowned Self ( ... Heller 2009, p. 411 Branden, Nathaniel (1969). The Psychology of Self-Esteem: A New Concept of Man's Psychological Nature. Nash ...
*  Cassinga
Psychology Press, 2004. TRC-1998, p. 52. Focus on Political Repression in Southern Africa. International Defence & Aid Fund, ...
*  Shadow (psychology)
... or a repression. Underneath these idiosyncratic layers, however, are the archetypes which form the psychic contents of all ... "Psychology and Religion." In CW 11: Psychology and Religion: West and East. p. 131 Jung, C.G. (1952). "Answer to Job." In CW 11 ... Psychology and Religion: West and East. p.1 2 S. A. Diamond - article published April 20, 2012 by Psychology Today [Retrieved ... Psychology of the Unconscious (London 1944) pp. 181-2 Jung "Psychology" pp. 238-9 Jung, Mysterium p. 497 Robert Bly/Marion ...
*  Higher consciousness
Social Psychology, pp. 86-99. Dutta, V. (2012, July-September). Repression of Death Consciousness and the Psychedelic Trip. ... ISBN 0-330-27096-6 The Evolution of Consciousness, Robert Ornstein The Psychology of Man's Possible Evolution, P.D. Ouspensky, ... The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 139-173 Whiteman, Michael (2014), Philosophy of Space and Time: And the Inner ...
*  Eros and Civilization
Freud claimed that a clash between Eros and civilization results in the history of Man being one of his repression: "Our ... whose psychology he describes as an "obscurantist neo-mythology". Eros and Civilization was first published in 1955 by Beacon ... She criticized Marcuse's account of repression, noting that he used the term in a "metaphoric" fashion that eliminated the ... Marcuse concludes that our society's troubles result not from biological repression itself but from its increase due to " ...
*  Woodrow Wilson
... it will be dealt with a firm hand of repression." Wilson closed with: Our object...is to vindicate the principles of peace and ... Political Psychology (1983) 4#2 pp. 289-306 in JSTOR, on Wilson's self-defeating behavior Schwabe, Klaus. "Woodrow Wilson. Ein ...