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Object relations

    The emotional bonds between one person and another, as contrasted with interest in and love for the self; usually described in terms of capacity for loving and reacting appropriately to others. Melanie Klein is generally credited with founding the British object-relations school.

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Love
The personal experience and manifest expression of being attached or bonded to another person. There is sacred and profane love, and affectional and erotic love. The word is also used in the vernacular as a synonym for like.



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Object centered coordinate system
A structural description of an object independent of viewpoint.

Object permanence
A cognitive milestone, usually reached in the second or third year, when achild is able to understand that an object exists even when it's out ofview.

Objective measurement
A measurement that cannot be influenced by investigator bias; for example, blood glucose levels or ECG tracings.



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Oreintation selectivity
Cells which have oriented receptive fields, responding more for some orientations than others.

Outer segment
Portion of the photoreceptor cell that contains photopigment.

Oligochromemia
Deficiency of hemoglobin in the blood.

Osteoma
Tumor of bone.

Osteomyelitis
Inflammation of bone.

Object relations

Obsession
Recurrent and persistent thought, impulse, or image experienced as intrusive and distressing. Recognized as being excessive and unreasonable even though it is the product of one's mind. This thought, impulse, or image cannot be expunged by logic or reasoning.

Oedipal stage
Overlapping some with the phallic stage, this phase (ages 4 to 6) represents a time of inevitable conflict between the child and parents. The child must desexualize the relationship to both parents in order to retain affectionate kinship with both of them. The process is accomplished by the internalization of the images of both parents, thereby giving more definite shape to the child's personality. With this internalization largely completed, the regulation of self-esteem and moral behavior comes from within.

Oedipus complex
Attachment of the child to the parent of the opposite sex, accompanied by envious and aggressive feelings toward the parent of the same sex. These feelings are largely repressed (i.e., made unconscious) because of the fear of displeasure or punishment by the parent of the same sex. In its original use, the term applied only to the boy or man.

Olfactory hallucination
A hallucination involving the perception of odor, such as of burning rubber or decaying fish.

Ontogenetic
Pertaining to the development of the individual.

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