Psychology Project

Psychology Project

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  • I'm going to hate you forever for this!
  • Grandpa, stop overreacting, everyone dies at some point. It's natural.
  • My wife this is so sad. I can't believe she is gone.
  • You're a Ho, but you're my wife so its okay.
  • I hope he isn't still mad from the fight last night.
  • Redirecting one's feelings towards another person or object. This exemplifies displacement because the blonde is placing her hate for carnival rides on to her friend.
  • I can't believe I'm back at eating this junk again.
  • Undertaking an academic, unemotional study of topic. The grandson doesn't take into account his emotions and chooses to think logically; therefore, he is not emotionally impacted by his otherwise sad loss.
  • Mom, is dad going to be home soon?
  • James, how many times do I have to tell you this? You're father is dead.
  • Channeling one's frustration towards a different goal. this is viewed as a particularly healthy defense mechanism. Ken Jung is using his professional career as a comedian to pubicaly make fun of his wife's last name as a result from their fight last night.
  • Even if it's the hundredth time.
  • Of course, it's fine that you're a little late.
  • Oh, I'm so sorry I'm late. Please forgive me?
  • Returning to an earlier, comforting form of behavior. The girl is reverting back to her old eating habits for comfort.
  • Not accepting an ego threatening truth. Even though the father has passed away years ago the child still can't accept it.
  • Expressing the opposite of how one truly feels. Even though she is angry with her date, she puts on a happy face.
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