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-Restatement of the question and question number (exactly as stated in the Study Guide).
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Klein suggested that, from very early infancy, children adopt several psychic defense mechanisms to protect their ego against the anxiety aroused by their own destructive phantasies. What are these psychic defense mechanisms, according to Klein, and how does the infant utilize each of them?