Flashcards in Chapter 5 FIB Deck (15):
Klein believed that the infant's relationship to the __________________ served as a model for later object relationships.
Object relations theory is an offspring of _________________ instinct theory.
According to Klein, __________________ are psychic representations of unconscious id instincts
Infants ___________________, or take external objects, into their psychic structure.
An infant adopts the __________________________ position to fight off feelings of persecution.
Klein's _____________________ position consists of feelings of anxiety over losing a loved object combined with a sense of guilt for desiring to destroy that object.
With the psychic defense mechanism of ___________________, infants attempt to manage the good and bad aspects of themselves by keeping apart incompatible impulses.
With __________________ identification, infants split off unacceptable parts of themselves, project these parts onto another object, and then introject these parts back into themselves in a changed form.
Although the ____________________ is poorly organized at birth, it is strong enough to feel anxiety and to use defense mechanisms.
A little boy's ______________________ position is marked by a passive homosexual attitude toward his father.
During female oedipal development, a girl fears that her ___________ will injure her and take away her babies.
Mahler emphasized the psychological ________________ of the infant.
Kohut emphasized the evolution of the ______________________ from a vague image to a clear sense of individual identity.
The ________________ stage is the first stage of separation anxiety, as viewed by Bowlby.