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Projections, Fears and Stories

Psychological Perspectives


August 30, 2018

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Ken Silvestro, PhD. 677-7282 •

You might remember from previous articles that psychological projection occurs when we experience another person, object or situation in a way that is influenced by our unconscious (hidden) psychologies. This is similar to a movie projector casting an image on a screen. We see the image but not the screen. During projection, unconscious content is experienced but not the actual person, object or situation. In other words, we see and experience parts of ourselves through our projections.

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