Definition of Introjected

1. Adjective. Incorporated unconsciously into your own psyche.

Category relationships: Psychological Science, Psychology
Similar to: Integrated



Definition of Introjected

1. Verb. (past of introject) ¹

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Definition of Introjected

1. introject [v] - See also: introject

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Introjected

introgresses
introgressing
introgression
introgressions
introgressive
introing
introit
introits
introitus canalis
introitus of facial canal
introitus vaginæ
introject
introjected (current term)
introjecting
introjection
introjections
introjects
introld
intromission
intromissions
intromit
intromits
intromitted
intromittent
intromitter
intromitters

Literary usage of Introjected

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1. The Child's Unconscious Mind: The Relations of Psychoanalysis to Education by Wilfrid Lay (1919)
"And it is so introjected, and the effect of the process is complete and total, the only difficulty being that while the introjection inevitably takes place, ..."

2. Education Policy Analysis: Focus on Higher Education by Oecd (2006)
"According to SDT, internalisation is an overarching term that refers to three different processes: * introjected regulation, leading to moderately ..."

3. Publication of the American Sociological Society by American Sociological Association (1917)
"... as in some cases of agoraphobia or illusions of persecution, or upon God or Devil; again, the herd experiences may be introjected as "conscience. ..."

4. The Problem of Knowledge by Douglas Clyde Macintosh (1915)
"... enough difference between the actually external object and the virtually-introjected-virtually-repro- jected object to explain the possibility of error, ..."

5. The General Problems of Psychology by Robert MacDougall (1922)
"It represents in a poetical form both the object of his worship and the ground of changes in the world. The myth is a religious symbol introjected into ..."

6. Man's Unconscious Spirit; the Psychoanalysis of Spiritism by Wilfrid Lay (1921)
"The house or its vicinity has become introjected into the child's mind. It is a matter of common observation that some children are more likely to be ..."

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