[ ŏb′jĭkt, -jĕkt′ ]
In psychoanalytic theory, the object, usually a person, upon which an individual's psychic energy is centered.
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- occult balance,
- occult blood,
- occult fracture,
- occult hydrocephalus,
- occulting light,
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Examples from the Web for object choice
Identification has to be added where object-choice has taken place, and object love where there is identification.Group Psychology and The Analysis of The Ego|Sigmund Freud