The researchers demonstrated that it was differences in these liabilities to internalize and to externalize
that accounted for gender differences in prevalence rates of many mental disorders.
This article presents a clinical application for using puppets with children in narrative therapy to externalize
Obviously on a roll, the ex-gov proceeded to externalize
his displeasure with the person nearest at hand who apparently symbolizes the dreaded Democrats (whose across-the-board sweep in D.C., by the way will likely put a crimp into the ex-gov's lucrative consulting career).
From alien abduction to possessions and spontaneous combustion, THE ORIGINS OF PSYCHIC PHENOMENA explores the unconscious mind's ability to externalize
itself, processing real-world experiences and producing in turn often frightening manifestations.
Following a similar exposure, children who internalize behave differently from those who externalize
(Keane & Kaloupek, 1997; Keane, Taylor, & Penk, 1997).
The second example describes an interview study with Israeli Arab and Jewish educators, and the author's attempts to externalize
and examine her own feelings, values and opinions in order to achieve greater objectivity and stronger internal validity.
I found that through painting and writing I could externalize
what had always been an internal struggle.