What Are Psychological Barriers?

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In psychology, psychological barriers are explained as the more or less insuperable obstacles, non-social or social, external or internal, which obstruct with achievement of needs and aspirations. They include inner tension, petulance and perhaps exasperation or anger directed towards a condition or a person responsible.
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Psychological barriers can be described as the cause of distorted communication because of human psychology problems. Some of the human psychology barriers include absence of mind, fear and being emotional unstable while communicating. Some of the other communication barriers are physical barriers and environmental barriers.
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