Words and phrases that have a meaning related to transference:   (153 results)

Often used in the same context:
systematization, countertransference, dissipation, transmutation, idealization, individuation, reification, materialization, transferal, humanisation, idealisation, intellection, fixity, enculturation, parturition, effacement, metonymy, subsumption, psychical, transferral, manipulation, referent, repulsion, abstractness, sensate, imprinting, indeterminacy, masculinisation, solitariness, epiphenomena, profounder, interpenetration, legitimation, psychodynamics, verbalization, interiority, derivable, inductive reasoning, complementation, conceptus, superimposition, mimesis, potentiation, priori, teleology, abjection, originary, preconscious, sociality, socialization, engram, gendering, negation, effectuation, centeredness, diffusion, relatedness, confecting, intellectualization, incertitude, compartmentalisation, afferent, alterity, essentialism, internalization, maximization, lateralization, interrelation, operant, autarchy, humanization, psychokinesis, fetishism, piezoelectricity, transitivity, habituation, psychoanalytic, morphic, vitalism, subjectivism, introgression, sublimation, desensitisation, illusionism, equilibrating, ravishment, lateralisation, agnosia, noetic, dysphoria, reactance, gradualness, dominants, dualism, individualization, depersonalisation, incommensurability, palpability, liberatory, perseveration, transmogrification, spatiality, transferences, transfer, amalgamation, readjustment, restitution, catharsis, grasping, mirroring, adjustment, coalescence, cure, disengagement, empathy, fixations, fulfillment, masochism, recuperation, phraseological, absorption, accentual, acoustic, acoustical, adaptational, aerodynamic, aeroelastic, allometric, anthropologic, aperiodic, appreciative, areal, aspectual, astrological, attentive, auditive, aural, autoantibody, autoerotic

More specific:
conveyance, conveyance of title, conveyancing, conveying, lease-lend, lend-lease, quitclaim, secularisation, secularization

More general:
change of state, dealing, dealings, transaction


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— Adjectives for transference: counter, positive, negative, thought, such, erotic, direct, strong, maternal, narcissistic, more...

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