Gen Psych Lect 12

Gen Psych Lect 12 - Important Information: Homework: Due 1...

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Important Information: Homework: Due Date: First 1 / 2 of "Emotions/Drives" chp. 8th ed. : p.301- 321 9th ed. : p.289- 304 Read & Make Mind Map Wednesday, Oct. 21st Midterm: (will cover the chapters we've been studying & lecture notes) Nov. 2nd (IN CLASS) Copies of all 6 Mind Maps Due in Black Object-Relations Theory (cont'd) Me l an i e Kle i n (c on t 'd ) The Paranoid-Schizoid Position (cont'd) Big Question!!! A person who has been through the depressive position can repress - i.e., push negative feelings (e.g., shame) down into the unconscious. But what does the paranoid-schizoid do, since they cannot repress? Answer: They push the negative feelings (e.g., shame) out into the other person. This is called projective identification . Projective Identification This is how it works: 1. The paranoid-schizoid experiences a negative feeling; e.g., shame. 2. Since the paranoid-schizoid cannot repress, he/she pushes this
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