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Crouse, J. Stalker, D. (2007). Do Right-Wing Authoritarian Beliefs Originate from Psychological Conflict?. Psychoanal. Psychol., 24(1):25-44.

(2007). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 24(1):25-44

Do Right-Wing Authoritarian Beliefs Originate from Psychological Conflict?

James Crouse, Ph.D. and Douglas Stalker, Ph.D.

This article traces right-wing authoritarian beliefs and attitudes back to conflicts occasioned by four general groups of impulses: impulses toward self-preservation, mastery, sexuality, and aggression. It does so by viewing right wing authoritarian beliefs and attitudes as compromise formations resulting from defenses against negative affects aroused by these impulses.

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