Anticathexis

In psychoanalysis, anticathexis, or countercathexis, is the energy used by the ego to bind the primitive impulses of the Id. Sometimes the ego follows the instructions of the superego in doing so; sometimes however it develops a double-countercathexis, so as to block feelings of guilt and anxiety deriving from the superego, as well as id impulses....
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anticathexis

(an″te-) (an″ti-kә-thekĀ“sis) in psychoanalysis, the energy required for the ego to maintain repression of unacceptable ideas and impulses.
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anticathexis

In psychoanalysis, the shifting of an emotional charge to an impulse or action of an opposite character; e.g., unconscious hatred expressed as conscious love. ... Synonym: counterinvestment. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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anticathexis

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′tē-kă-thek′sis Definitions: 1. In psychoanalysis, the shifting of an emotional charge to an impulse or action of an opposite character; unconscious hatred expressed as conscious love. Synonyms: counterinvestment
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