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transference

[tranz′fər·əns]
(psychology)
The unconscious transfer of the patient's feelings and reactions originally associated with important persons in the patient's life, usually father, mother, or siblings, toward others and in the analytic situation, toward the analyst.
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Gabbard (1996) has stated, "it is generally more clinically useful to consider transference and counter-transference as a unit .
Therefore, a clear depiction of how transference and counter-transference became enacted within the therapeutic arena was insightfully presented.
The ability to reflect honestly and make use of transference / countertransference phenomena might require consultation, and in most extreme circumstances, transfer of care if unmanageable.
Both of these understandings of transference and countertransference have come to be classified as a one-person psychology.
The supplementary budget will be debated at the economic committee of the Council of Ministers to incorporate any necessary amendments and adequate transference in cooperation with the concerned ministries," he added.
The technology transference process study has detached the importance of the implementing phase that is seen as a dynamic process of mutual adapting between technology and its new environment, falling to the receiver being endowed with enough technological competences to incorporate this innovation (Figueiredo, 2003).
Guilt transference is something owners do when they are unable to deal with their own feelings.
Conference topics include genetic, psychological, and cultural variables; obesity and binge eating; alternative and complementary treatments; trauma; somatic transference and countertransference; psychoeducation and primary prevention; and spirituality.
With additional interviews and research into music, race and gender, Gaunt describes the handclapping, cheers and dances not only as transference of oral patterns and body-conscious musicality among girls, but also as the most elementary forms of "learned musical blackness" In thoughtful and affectionate prose, Gaunt makes plain how the schoolyard syncopations of body and voice are both oral-kinetic play and (with boys watching on and sometimes jumping in) improvised lessons in socializing girls into the unique social practices of black urban life.
The transference of writing skills is possible not only among disciplines but also among languages.
The 4 Realities Of Success applies particular elements that enables readers to be more successful in college including effectively search for career placement, become a key employee, and make the transference to independent living easy.
Tuneis, Terraplanagens e Pavimentacoes, a Quota Assignment and Transference and Consortium Portion under Suspending and Resolving Conditions Agreement ("Assignment and Transference Agreement"), to (i) to acquire quotas representing 11.