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A 29-year-old man is brought to the emergency room after an accident on his parentsí farm. His arm became caught under one of the machines and was traumatically amputated at the elbow. He is medically stabilized, but surgeons are unable to reattach the limb. After extensive rehabilitation, he quits his job on the farm and volunteers working with children who have also lost limbs.

A. Acting out
B. Altruism
C. Denial
D. Displacement
E. Humor
F. Identification
G. Intellectualization
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Ans .........B........

Converting a guilty feeling ( feeling of having lost and arm ) to help others
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B) Altruism..Its a mature defense mechanism where a person works or provides a service in the interest of others that brings personal satisfaction.
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