Well, I've looked in every referrence that I own. I've surfed the net to no avail.
I'm trying to write a paper, and as usual, it would seem that the author has made up a word all for himself
The word is ..............intrapsychic
. Someone please identify this term for me. If you have a referrence that you use for the ambiguos words often found in psychology texts and papers, please post it.
Nov 23, '02
Actually, intrapsychic seems the right spelling
to me - intra
is the prefix that means something like "within", as opposed to inter
which means sort of "between". Hence, if you were talking about, say, nursing and relationships, you'd say intra
professional relationships if you meant relationships within
the nursing profession and inter
professional relationships if you meant relationships between nursing and other professionals.
Sorry, I just realised how long I went on about that. It's the teacher in me!
Last edit by CliveUK on Nov 23, '02