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Calef, V. (1949). The Rôle of Projection in the Genesis of the Superego: K. G. Collier. Brit. J. of Med. Psychology, XX, 1944, pp. 96–99.. Psychoanal Q., 18:130.
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(1949). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 18:130

The Rôle of Projection in the Genesis of the Superego: K. G. Collier. Brit. J. of Med. Psychology, XX, 1944, pp. 96–99.

Victor Calef

'One element in the growth of the superego is projection.' Examples of increasing complexity are given to describe the process of attributing to things we perceive, qualities which may not belong to them. Young children often attribute to others far more savage impulses than they have experienced from them; their objective discrimination is limited. The child pictures his parents in the light of the strongest feelings of love and hate he projects onto them.

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Calef, V. (1949). The Rôle of Projection in the Genesis of the Superego. Psychoanal. Q., 18:130

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