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Psyche Displacement versus Transference!

how can we differentiate displacement from transference ?

any example for the same ?
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That's a confusing one .. Correct me if I'm wrong . Attending scolds resident who the displaces his anger by scolding the intern.... Classic example.Now transference Alex sees a beautiful girl at a store and wants to sleep with her instead he goes home and makes love to his wife ... Hope that helps
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That's a confusing one .. Correct me if I'm wrong . Attending scolds resident who the displaces his anger by scolding the intern.... Classic example.Now transference Alex sees a beautiful girl at a store and wants to sleep with her instead he goes home and makes love to his wife ... Hope that helps
In both cases feeling got displaces from 1 to another person. So ?
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Transference : redirection of feeling from one person to another , ex. Overtly compliant to a person who looks like a childhood friend, or mistrust for someone who resembles an exspouse
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