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Definition of Transferential
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Literary usage of Transferential
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1. Improving Compliance With Alcoholism Treatment edited by Kathleen Carroll (2000)
"So much was structured and focused, not by the supervisor, but by the research requirements and manuals, that transferential elements had limited scope. ..."
2. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research by Society for Psychical Research, Edmund Gurney (1890)
"So far as this series of facts goes, therefore, the hypothesis of a direct thought-transferential means of obtaining information is immensely strengthened. ..."
3. The Syllogistic Philosophy Or Prolegomena to Science by Francis Ellingwood Abbot (1906)
"... transferential idealism, inferential realism, or what not, is a sorry waste of speculative ingenuity. The I originates in the We, never in the I except ..."
4. Lectures Delivered Before the Young Men's Christian Association, 1845-1846 (1853)
"Gird up the loins of jour minds to resist these transferential tendencies of the present age. Comply neither with the suggestions of indolence, ..."