repression

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Biyokimya) baskılama
(Tıp,Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) represyon
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) itilim
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) itilme
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) içe atma
engelleme
tutma
bastırma
baskı

Devrimin tohumu baskıdır. - The seed of revolution is repression.

önleme
{i} bilinçaltına itme
(Tıp) Uygunsuz fikir veya dürtüleri bilinç altına atma, represyon.Yerinden ayrılmış organı normal yerine koymada kullanılan alet
{i} zaptetme
{i} zorla önleme
{i} psikolojik baskı
bastırma/bastırılma
üzücü ve bastırılmış anı ve isteklerin bilinçdışına itilmesi
{i} pol. baskı
{i} baskı altında tutma, bastırma
{i} ruhb. baskı; itilim, itilme
repression surplus
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bastırma artı değeri
Englisch - Englisch
The involuntary rejection from consciousness of painful or disagreeable ideas, memories, feelings, or impulses
The act of repressing; state of being repressed
{n} the act of crushing
The process by which the synthesis of an enzyme is inhibited by the presence of an external substance, the repressor protein
The act of repressing, or state of being repressed; as, the repression of evil and evil doers
disapproval Repression is the use of force to restrict and control a society or other group of people. a society conditioned by violence and repression. = oppression
the act of repressing; control by holding down; "his goal was the repression of insolence"
A term associated with Freudian psychology which implies that painful memories or experiences are relegated to regions of the unconscious mind as a means to avoid conflict in the conscious state Repression has been suggested to be a possible cause for the infrequency of negative or frightful NDE experiences
The prevention of threatening ideas from becoming conscious (14)
A psychological defense by which individuals unable to deal with their own anxiety because of threatening events push these impulses into the unconscious; as a coping style, repression involves ignoring or not dealing fully with threatening events
a defence mechanism in which painful or intolerable impulses, fantasies, memories, feelings are kept from conscious awareness
A forgetting mechanism proposed by Freud that actively represses unpleasant memories (Anderson)
(see also textbook glossary) Freud's theory that memories for unpleasant events are preserved, but prevented from entering conscious awareness
Sigmund Freud’s theory that unpleasant information is often pushed into unconsciousness without our being aware of it (pp 253, 465)
The prevention of threatening ideas from becoming conscious
In Psychoanalytic Theory, the defense mechanism whereby our thoughts are pulled out of our consciousness and into our unconscious
Fear of expression of painful materials
That which represses; check; restraint
{i} state of being repressed, suppression; suppression of undesirable feelings urges or memories within the unconscious (Psychoanalysis)
defense mechanism in which unacceptable affects, ideas or wishes are pushed away so that they remain in the unconscious
The condition of an inactive gene Lack of activity (transcription) due to presence of repressor
The rejection from consciousness of painful or disagreeable ideas, memories, feelings, or impulses
(psychiatry) the classical defense mechanism that protects you from impulses or ideas that would cause anxiety by preventing them from becoming conscious a state of forcible subjugation; "the long repression of Christian sects
The ego pushes a threatening thought or forbidden impulse out of awareness into the unconscious See also defense mechanisms, suppression
a state of forcible subjugation; "the long repression of Christian sects"
The psychological process involved in not permitting memories and motives to enter consciousness though they are operating at an unconscious level
Repression of feelings, especially sexual ones, is a person's unwillingness to allow themselves to have natural feelings and desires. the repression of his feelings about men. In metabolism, a control mechanism by which a protein molecule, called a repressor, prevents the synthesis of an enzyme by binding to (and thus hindering the action of) the DNA that controls the enzyme's synthesis. Though the process has been studied mainly in microorganisms, it is believed to occur in a similar way in higher organisms. See also inhibition. In psychoanalytic theory, the exclusion of distressing memories, thoughts, or feelings from the conscious mind. Often involving sexual or aggressive urges or painful childhood memories, these unwanted mental contents are pushed into the unconscious mind. Repression is thought to give rise to anxiety and to neurotic symptoms, which begin when a forbidden drive or impulse threatens to enter the conscious mind. Psychoanalysis seeks to uncover repressed memories and feelings through free association as well as to examine the repressed wishes released in dreams. See also unconscious
the act of repressing; control by holding down; "his goal was the repression of insolence" (psychiatry) the classical defense mechanism that protects you from impulses or ideas that would cause anxiety by preventing them from becoming conscious a state of forcible subjugation; "the long repression of Christian sects
repressions
plural of repression
repression
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