Background: Nathan, a four-year-old boy, spited his mother by pouring a mug of milk onto the floor. His mother blamed Prudence, Nathan's nanny, for being absent in the house.She wasn't mad at Nathan not yet, but she felt a growing, displaced rage toward Prudence, who had abandoned her, thereby forcing her to handle
Source: Alone,Gardner Lisa
Does "displace" mean "put out of its usual place, position, or relationship"? Does "displaced rage" mean "unsuitable, unjustified rage" that the mother shifted the blame on Prudence?