introjection 1866, from INTRO- (Cf. intro-) + stem abstracted from PROJECTION (Cf. projection). In philosophical and psychoanalytical use, from Ger. introjektion.

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  • INTROJECTION — INTROJECTI Terme utilisé en psychanalyse et introduit en 1909 par Sandor Ferenczi («Introjektion und Übertragung» «Introjection et transfert» , in Jahrbuch für Psychoanalyse , vol. I). Pour cet auteur, et en première approche, l’introjection… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Introjection — L introjection est un concept psychanalytique opposé à celui de projection. On doit ce concept à Sándor Ferenczi qui l élabora en 1909, écrivant son fameux article Transfert et introjection. Sommaire 1 Introduction 2 Le Moi 3 Introjection et… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Introjection — is a psychological process where the subject replicates in itself behaviors, attributes or other fragments of the surrounding world, especially of other subjects. Cognate concepts are identification, incorporation and internalization.According to …   Wikipedia

  • introjection — introjekcija statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Psichinis vyksmas: kito žmogaus ar žmonių grupės standartų ir vertybių perėmimas: vaikai perima tėvų požiūrį, paauglys vertina tai, ką veikia jo bendraamžiai. kilmė lot. intro –… …   Sporto terminų žodynas

  • introjection — noun see introject …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • introjection — /in treuh jek sheuhn/, n. Psychoanal. an unconscious psychic process by which a person incorporates into his or her own psychic apparatus the characteristics of another person or object. [1865 70; INTRO + (IN)JECTION] * * * …   Universalium

  • introjection — noun The process whereby ideas of another are unconsciously incorporated into ones own psyche …   Wiktionary

  • introjection — A psychological defense mechanism involving appropriation of an external happening and its assimilation by the personality, making it a part of the self. [intro + L. jacto, to throw] * * * n. (in psychoanalysis) the process of adopting, or of… …   Medical dictionary

  • introjection — n. unconscious incorporation of attitudes or ideas into one s personality (Psychoanalysis) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • introjection — [ˌɪntrə(ʊ) dʒɛkʃ(ə)n] noun Psychoanalysis the unconscious adoption of the ideas or attitudes of others. Derivatives introject verb Origin C19: from intro , on the pattern of projection …   English new terms dictionary