in psychoanalysis, the part of a person"s mind that tries to match the hidden desires (= wishes) of the id (= part of the unconscious mind) with the demands of the real world

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the idea or opinion that you have of yourself, esp. the level of your ability and intelligence, and your importance as a person:
It is realised that calculations based on self-portraits favour the social representation of the most prolific artists, who maybe were those with the greatest egos.
But the participants had different cultural sensibilities, tall egos, and wide ambitions, which provoked and prolonged their quarrel.
It is noteworthy that his hands were also covering a puma mandible, perhaps a reference to his alter ego or his social identity.
These observations lend credibility to the language ego per meability theor y and its emphasis on inhibition.
In the absence of subjectively perceived personal maladjustment, women at high ego development did reflect relatively positive affective experiences in their maternal roles.
A preference for cloning might be based, not solely on male ego, but also on a desire to avoid the problems associated with thirdparty reproduction.

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This suggests that the petty networks included a larger number of people whose only contact was to ego, the anchoring individual.
It is dogma to assume that freely choosing to override our perceived ultimate reproductive interests necessarily involves ego-protective self-deceptions and false rationalisations.
Manly independence decayed as the individual allowed his body to be built up by such "external" forces of the "non-ego" (1904 247).
What is true for nonequivalent solid representations also holds for our alter egos, those computer programs we write that employ such models.