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18 Common Defense Mechanisms | About Psychology
Defense mechanisms help the ego cope with anxiety. Learn the 10 defense mechanisms described by Anna Freud as well as eight other common defenses.
http://psychology.about.com/od/theoriesofpersonality/ss/defensemech.htm

The Unconscious in Clinical Psychology
You might wonder, “What is the relevance of psychology to everyday life?” Well, here is the answer. Like it or not, the unconscious affects every aspect ...
http://www.guidetopsychology.com/ucs.htm

Defense Mechanisms | Simply Psychology
Examples of Defenses Mechanisms. There are a large number of defense mechanisms; the main ones are summarized below. * Identification with the Aggressor
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Elizabeth Loftus - Psychology History - Muskingum University
Bibliography Neimark, Jill. 1996. " The Diva of Disclosure, Memory researcher Elizabeth Loftus". Psychology Today. January Vol.29 Pg.48 Loftus, E. and Ketcham, K. 1994.
http://www.muskingum.edu/~psych/psycweb/history/loftus.htm

Psychology Articles | Buzzle.com
Psychology. Psychology is a form of science, involving the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. The clinical profession of human psychology recognizes ...
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Repression | Definition of Repression by Merriam-Webster
1: the action or process of repressing 2 a: a process by which unacceptable desires or impulses are excluded from consciousness and left to operate ...
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Repression dictionary definition | repression defined
Repression is defined as controlling or limiting someone or something by force or by exercise of authority, or the unconscious exclusion of thoughts from the mind.
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Sigmund Freud: His Remarkable Life, Theories, & Legacy
Sigmund Freud's work had a lasting influence on psychology. Take a journey through his amazing life, his most astonishing theories, and his remarkable legacy.
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Defense mechanism - Suppression and Repression - YouTube
In this video we talk about the defense mechanisms of suppression and repression along with understanding the differences between the two with the help of ...
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Repressed memory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Repressed memories are hypothesized memories having been unconsciously blocked, due to the memory being associated with a high level of stress or trauma.
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