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" The function of the latter is to adapt the organism to the exigencies of reality, to subordinate the imperious demand for immediate gratification, and to replace this by a more distant but more satisfactory and permanent one. It is thus influenced by... "
The measurement of emotion - Page 161
by Whately Carington - 1922 - 183 pages
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Papers on psycho-analysis

Ernest Jones - Educational psychology - 1913 - 432 pages
...conflict with the reality-principle, which genetically is derived from it. The function of the latter is to adapt the organism to the exigencies of reality,...gratification, and to replace this by a more distant but more satisfactory and permanent one. It is thus influenced by social, ethical, and other external considerations...
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Papers on psycho-analysis

Ernest Jones - Psychoanalysis - 1913 - 432 pages
...derived from it. The function of the latter is to adapt the organism to the exigencies of reslity, to subordinate the imperious demand for immediate gratification, and to replace this hy a more distant but more satisfactory and permanent one. It is thus influenced by social, ethical,...
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Psycho-analysis: a brief account of the Freudian theory

Bárbara Low - Psychoanalysis - 1920 - 199 pages
...considered. As already stated, Freud holds that the Reality-principle has for its function the adaptation of the organism to the exigencies of reality, to " subordinate...gratification, and to replace this by a more distant but more satisfactory and permanent one. It is thus influenced by Social, Ethical, Religious, Cultural, and...
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Psycho-analysis: A Brief Account of the Freudian Theory

Barbara Low - Psychoanalysis - 1920 - 199 pages
...considered. As already stated, Freud holds that the Reality-principle has for its function the adaptation of the organism to the exigencies of reality, to " subordinate...gratification, and to replace this by a more distant but more satisfactory and permanent one. It is thus influenced by Social, Ethical, Religious, Cultural, and...
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Psycho-analysis: by R. H. Hingley ...

Robert H. Hingley - Psychoanalysis - 1922 - 190 pages
...co-ordinated and regulated to this end (reality principle). " The function of the latter," says Jones, " is to adapt the organism to the exigencies of reality,...gratification, and to replace this by a more distant but a more permanently satisfactory one. It is thus influenced by social, ethical, and other external considerations...
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