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Neurotic Defenses

by Helen Farrell, MD
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    The lecture Neurotic Defenses by Helen Farrell, MD is from the course Personality Disorders.


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    1. Shifting emotions from an undesirable situation to one that is personally tolerable
    2. Avoiding the fact of a painful reality
    3. Expressing unacceptable feelings and thoughts through actions
    4. Separating feelings from ideas and events
    5. Withholding a feeling from conscious awareness
    1. Intellectualization
    2. Sublimation
    3. Displacement
    4. Controlling
    5. Isolation of affect
    1. Isolation of affect
    2. Displacement
    3. Intellectualization
    4. Controlling
    5. Repression
    1. Reaction formation
    2. Regression
    3. Splitting
    4. Rationalization
    5. Passive aggression
    1. Suppression is an involuntary withholding of a feeling from conscious awareness
    2. Transference is a mechanism of transferring avoided ideas or feelings to a person
    3. Denial is a mechanism of avoiding the awareness of a painful fact
    4. Repression is an involuntarily withholding of an idea or feeling
    5. Controlling is a mechanism of regulating situation and events of external environment to relieve anxiety

    Author of lecture Neurotic Defenses

     Helen Farrell, MD

    Helen Farrell, MD


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