intrapsychic

[in-truh-sahy-kik]
adjective Psychology.
from or within the mind or self: intrapsychic conflict.

Origin:
1915–20; intra- + psychic

intrapsychically, adverb
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intrapsychic in·tra·psy·chic (ĭn'trə-sī'kĭk)
adj.
Existing or taking place within the mind or psyche.

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The psychology of emotion has been studied primarily from an intrapsychic perspective.
Additionally, this method has given further evidence of the unconscious nature of intrapsychic processes.
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