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Perceptual defense as a function of unacceptable needs

Perceptual defense as a function of unacceptable needs

Abstract

"The present experiment was an investigation of the effect of unacceptable needs upon the perceptual recognition thresholds for need-related stimuli." The results are interpreted as indicating that unacceptable needs tend to be defended against in perception.
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