[ee-goh-eyl-yuh n, -ey-lee-uh n, eg-oh-] /ˈi goʊˈeɪl yən, -ˈeɪ li ən, ˈɛg oʊ-/
noun 1. psychoanalytic study of the ways in which the ego resolves internal conflicts and develops a mature capacity for rational thought and action.
egobronchophony e·go·bron·choph·o·ny (ē’gō-brŏng-kŏf’ə-nē) n. Egophony accompanied by bronchophony.
[ee-goh-sen-trik, eg-oh-] /ˌi goʊˈsɛn trɪk, ˌɛg oʊ-/ adjective 1. having or regarding the self or the individual as the center of all things: an egocentric philosophy that ignores social causes. 2. having little or no regard for interests, beliefs, or attitudes other than one’s own; self-centered: an egocentric person; egocentric demands upon the time and […]
noun, Psycholinguistics. 1. speech typically observed in young children that is not addressed to other people.