ego

(Learning Modules / Psychology / Measuring the unmeasurable) In Psychoanalytical theory, the part of the personality which maintains a balance between our impulses (id) and our conscience (superego).

Egó

Egó was a musical band founded in Reykjavík, Iceland), in the fall of 1981 by Bubbi Morthens with his younger brother and guitarist Bergþór Morthens and their friend, bassist Þorleifur Guðjónsson. Egó`s first drummer was Jóhann Ridar (aka `Motorhead”), and for a while guitarist Ragnar Sigurðsson played along with them. Jóhann and R......
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Ego

• (n.) The conscious and permanent subject of all psychical experiences, whether held to be directly known or the product of reflective thought; -- opposed to non-ego.
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ego

(e´go) in psychoanalytic theory, one of the three major parts of the personality, the others being the id and the superego. The ego is represented by mental mechanisms such as perception and memory, and by specific defense mechanisms that are used to adjust to the demands of primitive instinctual drives (the id) and the deman...
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ego

self-importance noun an inflated feeling of pride in your superiority to others
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ego

noun (psychoanalysis) the conscious mind
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EGO

[game engine] Ego is a modified version of the Neon game engine that was used in Colin McRae: Dirt and was developed by Codemasters and Sony Computer Entertainment using Sony Computer Entertainment`s PhyreEngine cross-platform graphics engine. The Ego engine was developed to render more detailed damage and physics as well as render large-sc...
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Ego

[religion] In South Asian traditions, the state of being trapped in the illusory belief that one is the ego is known as maya or samsara. In psychology, `Ego` is presumed as one of the three parts of psychic apparatus defined by Sigmund Freud`s structural model. It is also defined by various religions across the world where slight difference...
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Ego

[The Very Best of EMI Years] Ego… Ichografisis 1957 - 1995 (Marinella: The very best of EMI years) (Greek: Εγώ… Ηχογραφήσεις 1957 - 1995; Me… Recordings 1957 - 1995) is a compilation of recordings by popular Greek singer Marinella, under the EMI series Capitol Original Masters. This album is part of the compilation. The...
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EGO

[TV channel] EGO Channel is an Israeli digital cable television channel that launched in 2002. EGO`s programming is tailored to the `hot-blooded 18-45 male audience`. EGO is owned by Ananey Communications. Programming occurs across four categories: ...
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Ego

E'go noun [ Latin , I.] (Met.) The conscious and permanent subject of all psychical experiences, whether held to be directly known or the product of reflective thought; -- opposed to non-ego .
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ego

ego 1. The self, especially as distinct from the world and other selves. 2. In psychoanalysis, the division of the psyche that is conscious, most immediately controls thought and behavior, and is most in touch with external reality. 3. An exaggerated sense of self-importance; conceit. 4. Appropriate pride in oneself; self-esteem. 5. Consciousne...
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ego

ego: see psychoanalysis.
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EGO

Exhaust Gas Oxygen (replaced with O2S)
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Ego

Freud's designation of a person's conscious efforts to balance innate, pleasure-seeking drives and the demands of society
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Ego

from the Freudian school of thought, the conscious part of one's personality that experiences the external world.
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Ego

from the Freudian school of thought, the conscious part of one's personality that experiences the external world.
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ego

I ; I can't live without you, baby.
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ego

in psychoanalytic theory, that portion of the human personality which is experienced as the `self` or `I` and is in contact with the external world ... [13 related articles]
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ego

In psychology, the processes concerned with the self and a person's conception of himself or herself, encompassing values and attitudes. In Freudian psychology, the term refers specifically to the element of the human mind that represents the conscious processes concerned with reality, in conflict with the id (the instinctual element) and the s...
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ego

Latin, meaning: I, self.
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Ego

part of the mental apparatus that is present at the interface of the perceptual and internal demand
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Ego

Second part of the Freudian personality, our ego develops between age 2 and 3. The ego operates on the reality principle to get the demands of our id met. This means that the ego tries to broker a socially acceptable solution to get the individual what his or her id demanded in the first place. My daughter Toni, aged 12, if she sees something she w...
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Ego

The aspect of personality involved in self-preservation activities and in directing instinctual drives and urges into appropriate channels.
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Ego

This is the personality ; it is the conscious aspect of the person, and excludes the subconscious and unconscious minds. It is agency, or the agent of consciousness. The ego has to make choices, and these produce effects. So the realm of the ego is the realm of cause and effect. See also Consciousness.
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