The Psychology of Blushing: Involuntary Disclosure
In Part II of this volume, symptoms were presented that could be treated by psychotherapy because they were not chronically entrenched. Nor, for the most part, did they reflect a severe pathology. Further, such symptoms were not chronically somatized or reflective of some organic condition or genetic anomaly; that is, they were of relatively recent onset. Rather than having engulfed the personality, the symptoms remained as only a facet of the personality, one that was retained in the personality, characteristically as an alien presence.
KeywordsPersonal Achievement Sibling Relationship Competitive Game Angry Feeling Intellectual Style
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