displaceability

dis·place·a·bil·i·ty

(dis-plās'ă-bil'i-tē),
The capability of, or susceptibility to, displacement.
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The idea is to vary the pressure over the denture seat depending on the displaceability of the supporting tissues and hence transferring the load over to the selected areas of the seat.
Stuart Feder, one of the editors, proposes three basic principles for applied psychoanalysis in the arts and illustrates them through examples from the life and work of Schubert: overdeterminism and multiple function of psychoanalysis (which means, for example, that the creative act of composition is a multifaceted psychic compromise and includes unconscious as well as conscious elements); infinite displaceability of mental representations; infinite representation (relating to musical symbols which retain their potential for various meanings).