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U U E K I S Q C N B B Y U S G R N U K S Q
L L R X D K N S N S Y K E I I I S X E F N
U L N W Y P M S V N L K P O L T U G C Y N
M J O T D H K R T I X A L B A H A I D A U
I J I U K P I Y F I T B E B S T T U D D W
T V S M J O Q E R X D L A E S S T E Q O O
S T S T E Y D H H B B T L L I S P H G M K
S S E K A R G X J U O F A N E T K U S A F
U L R M I U X J O R S U I V H U X M L W D
O E P V P B N D Y E X M I P Q M N P V A C
U X E G G K I T R E R T E S U P N F C F J
G D R W D J H V S E C R K Y Y J E L A V W
I C E R H I I O T E C I E M U A L C O X E
B O N F N N H E P E J C Q M W G K D K R J
M E B K G C D S P L B E X R B L V M V G U
A M I B Y I O T R R V J T B K S V P I C I
N N I S K R I O M R P V M W T I X F A V T
G A P B P O S S A R A T D B D C V U X A N
S E X M N K F E P A U R W Q G W V D V M N
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Clues

  • A defense mechanism that makes the thought unconscious and isused to repress trauma partcularly beofre the age of 5, such as birth (10)
  • A kind of attributional bias where individual make internal attributions about their successes and external ones about their losses (4, 7, 4)
  • A stimulus that is unclear of the answer, for example, how many beans are in the jar (9, 8)
  • A study measured over a eriod of time and recorded rather than remebered (11, 5)
  • Both the participant and the person recording the information are unaware of the full extent of the experiment (6, 5)
  • Refers to the ability to comprehend that some objects are more distant than others (5, 10)
  • Stages that we go through suggesting our mental processes and personality are developed 'sexually' (12, 6)
  • The creative, instinctual side of the mind (4, 5)
  • The false belief that a person must do something (11, 8)
  • The idea that we have no free will (13)

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