symbolization

  1. the use of symbols to convey meaning
  2. something visible that by association or convention represents something else that is invisible

Symbolization

• (n.) The act of symbolizing; symbolical representation.
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symbolization

(from the article `child development`) ...childhood (two to seven years) is also the time in which children learn to use symbolic thought and language to manipulate their environment. They ...
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symbolization

(sim″bәl-ĭ-za´shәn) a type of defense mechanism in which one idea or object comes to represent another because of similarity or association between them.
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symbolization

symbolisation noun the use of symbols to convey meaning
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Symbolization

Sym`bol·i·za'tion noun [ Confer French symbolisation .] The act of symbolizing; symbolical representation. Sir T. Browne.
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Symbolization

A general mechanism in all human thinking by which some mental representation comes to stand for som
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symbolization

An unconscious mental mechanism whereby one object or idea is represented by another. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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symbolization

Type: Term Pronunciation: sim′bŏl-i-zā′shŭn Definitions: 1. An unconscious mental mechanism, whereby one object or idea is represented by another, which according to Jung's further elaboration, can tap into the collective unconscious. 2. The conscious or subconscious process of representing external and internal life expe...
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symbolization

[n] - the use of symbols to convey meaning
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