Defense processes can be conscious or unconscious

American Psychologist 56 (9):761-762 (2001)

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Keywords *Adjustment  *Defense Mechanisms  *Stress  *Unconscious (Personality Factor)  Clinical Psychology  Cognitive Psychology  Developmental Psychology  Freud (Sigmund)  Personality  Social Psychology
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