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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, ...
We must of course also speak of the most nuclear aspects of threat, namely, the
direct deprivation, or thwarting, or danger to the basic needs— humiliation,
rejection, isolation, loss of prestige, loss of strength— these are all directly
How shall we know when any particular situation is perceived by the organism as
a threat? For the human being, this can easily enough be determined by any
technique that is adequate to describe the total personality, as for instance, the ...
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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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