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compulsion [listen] Zwang {m} [listen]

He is under no compulsion to sell. Niemand zwingt ihn zu verkaufen.

compulsion (to do sth.) [listen] Drang {m}; Zwang {m} (etw. zu tun) [psych.] [listen]

He felt an overwhelming compulsion to tell her the truth. Er spürte den unwiderstehlichen Drang, ihr die Wahrheit zu sagen.

The lamp-post touching became a compulsion. Das Berühren der Laternenmaste wurde zwanghaft.

compulsion to work hard; pressure to do well Leistungszwang {m}

repetition compulsion (psychoanalysis) Wiederholungszwang {m} (Psychoanalyse) [psych.]

zugzwang; compulsion to move Zugzwang {m} (Schach)

compulsion [listen] Nötigung {f}

neurosis Neurose {f} [psych.]

neuroses Neurosen {pl}

defence neurosis [Br.]; defense neurosis [Am.] Abwehrneurose {f}

actual neurosis Aktualneurose {f}

anxiety neurosis angstbedingte Neurose; Angstneurose {f}

compensating neurosis Begehrensneurose {f}; Tendenzneurose {f}

cardiac neurosis Herzneurose {f}

hysterical neurosis hysterische Neurose

infantile neurosis; childhood neurosis frühkindliche Neurose; infantile Neurose

psychoneurosis; psychoneurotic disorder konfiktbedingte Neurose; psychogene Neurose; Psychoneurose {f}

localized neurosis; toponeurosis lokale Neurose

narcissistic neurosis (Freud) narzisstische Neurose (Freud)

neurotic need for social recognition Profilneurose {f}

traumatic neurosis traumatische Neurose

transference neurosis (Freud) Übertragungsneurose {f} (Freud)

vegetative neurosis vegetative Neurose

compulsion neurosis; obsessive-compulsive disorder; obsessive neurosis; obsessional neurosis Zwangsneurose {f}