Introjection Threshold

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introjection threshold (n.)
Other formsoutsourced threshold (n.)
Applies tosystems, system functions
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A system's introjection threshold refers to the ease of which they introject headmates from outside sources. It can be high, low, or anywhere in between, and can differ between sidesystems and subsystems.

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This is not the same as a system's frequency of general splitting; an introjection threshold is just for outsourced headmates. Many systems that have a low one are fictive-heavy, factive-heavy, or generally introject-heavy.

See all introjection & outsourced terms here.