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Synonyms for transference

(psychoanalysis) the process whereby emotions are passed on or displaced from one person to another

the act of transfering something from one form to another


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In 1978, the theory of animal magnetism and energy transference of Mesmer was discredited by a committee commissioned by the government to investigate mesmerism.
Transference is published through the Department of World Languages and Literatures at Western Michigan University.
ISLAMABAD -- Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Friday adjourned hearing of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insafs (PTI) plea on alleged transference of votes in NA-122 re-election till January 19.
Through two training sessions, train 8 senior nurses at primary health centers as seed instructors in the transference of medical management techniques over six years.
Freud first considered counter-transference to be residual unanalyzed aspects of the therapist's past that threatened to interfere with the patient's transference and disrupt the therapy (Kahn, 1979).
The text eloquently examines four patient cases providing detailed insight into the unconscious collision between transference and countertransference forces.
Therefore, they can play role in the transference of electrical signals in brain cells (neurons).
The contributors of ten articles plus an able introduction by Stephenson (Jungian analyst and psychodrama practitioner) trace the interaction between the two, including a historical account of theater v therapy, psychodrama in the perspective of analytical psychodrama, Jungian psychodrama, reflections on a Jungian psychodrama group, dream enactment, emerging rituals, using psychodrama in analysis, psychodrama and the resolution of transference and non-transference, active imagination in performance, and encounters with Jung and Moreno on "the road of bricks and moss.
Wednesday, December 19, as witnesses in the case of $1 mln transference to a dummy company as if for consulting power companies,
Iranian high-ranking official pointed to gas transference to Pakistan, saying the contract regarding the case has been finalized for 2014 and the transference "Peace "gas pipeline, stretching from Iran to Pakistani border is undergoing the final steps.
Fink relies on Freud's "seminal concept of transference / countertransference," suggesting that "knowing oneself" would allow a "doctor to own up to his own attraction for the patient" and know that he was "reacting inappropriately with a patient.
James Penney, The Structures of Love: Art and Politics Beyond the Transference, Albany, NY, SUNY Press, 2012, 246 pp; $24.
The course was designed by the first author for clinical psychology students and psychologists trained mainly in cognitive therapy and other non-psychodynamic approaches, in order to provide a systematic way of integrating the concepts of transference and countertransference into reflective practice.
Some patients may experience positive transference, such as nurturing and idealization, whereas others may have negative transference, including narcissistic wounds and devaluation of 1 or both clinicians.