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acceptable activity aggressive Anna Freud anxiety areas associated attitudes automatic became become behavior character traits child Clinical Compathy Compensation completely concept conscious awareness conscious effort consequence considerable contribute defensive operation derepression dynamic psychiatry dynamism earlier early effects ego defense ego integrity emotional conflict Emotional contagion emotional feelings emotional health emotional illness endeavor energy example expression following instance Freud friends further goal gradually guilt feelings hostility hypesthesia hypochondriacal Identification illustrated important impulses individual inner instinctual drives interest internal interpersonal relationships intolerable intrapsychic Introjection Inversion kind later lead less memory mother motive mysophobia neuroses O'Kelly object observed one's order group outward overcompensation parents patient personality development phobia play Primary Repressions Psychiatry psychic Psychoanalysis psychologic defenses psychotherapy Reaction Formation reenforcement regard relation relationships response result role satisfaction scious Secondary Defense secure seeking sexual sion Social Restitution Sublimation successful superego symptoms therapy tion unacceptable uncon unconscious various vital