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Re: According to psychoanalytic theory, people have unconscious beliefs th [#permalink]

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New post 11 Oct 2017, 03:57
According to psychoanalytic theory, people have
unconscious beliefs that are kept from becoming
conscious by a psychological mechanism termed
"repression." Researchers investigating the nature of
.this mechanism observed occasions on which a patient
undergoing therapy became aware of and expressed a
previously unconscious belief. They found that such
occasions were marked by an unusual decrease in the
patient's level of anxiety
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New post 03 Feb 2018, 22:01
this question is a hybrid b/c it is both an inference and an assumption. Here, the question actually has patterns from an inference question and an assumption question.
E is out b/c no information from the argument about "patients are aware of the operation of the mechanism". -> same to A and C.
D is an assumption while B is not. Also, B seems to change the meaning of the argument.
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