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The classic effects of frustration are also found frequently to be a consequence of
other types of threat— traumatization, conflict, cortical damage, severe illness,
actual physical threat, imminence of death, humiliation, or great pain. This leads ...
When the decision is made here the apparent feeling of conflict usually
disappears. It is true, however, that such conflicts may become very intense as in
a woman choosing not between two dresses, but between two possible
Conflict and Threat Speaking from the point of view of psychopathology we must
come to the same conclusion that we came to after our analysis of frustration.
There are, in general, two types of conflict situations or conflict reactions, ...
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Elements of a Psychological Approach to Science
Problem Centering vs Means Centering in Science
HolisticDynamic Theory in the Study of Personality
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