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Sarnoff, C.A. (1972). The Vicissitudes of Projection During an Analysis Encompassing Late Latency to Early Adolescence. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 53:515-522.
    

(1972). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 53:515-522

The Vicissitudes of Projection During an Analysis Encompassing Late Latency to Early Adolescence

Charles A. Sarnoff

SUMMARY

The vicissitudes of projection are reviewed. Projection is defined, and subdivided into projection

associated with denial and projection associated with repression. The change to projection associated with denial from that associated with repression is illustrated with case material. The shift from defensive projection to sublimative projection is also illustrated. The abrogation of parental superego imagos in adolescence is illustrated with case material. It is seen that, through projection, the ego ideal is opened to influences from the peer group and the environment, providing a stepping-stone in the progression from childhood to adulthood through adolescence.

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