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Seq 4 Terminology

Week 5

displacement Displacing negative feelings onto something or someone else with no significance to the situation
kinesics study of body language
perception conscious awareness of one's own feelings and the feelings of others
regression moving back to a former stage to escape conflict or fear
projection act of placing one's own feelings on another
culture the attitudes and behavior that are characterstic of a particular social group or organization
repression coping with an overwhelming situation by temporarily forgetting it; temporary amnesia
masking attempt to conceal or repress true feelings or the message
denial rejection of or refusal to acknowledge
compensation overemphasizing of characteristics to make up for a real or imagined failure or handicap
Created by: JDenning8984