You got some excellent answers on English SE. The only reason those answers don't answer "your" question is because you don't recognize any of them as the terminology you are looking for. But note that the purpose of Stack Exchange is to provide meaningful questions and answers to not just you, but anyone that may come after you. Other people with the same question might in fact be thinking of one of the terms already posted there.
The current answers not being meaningful to you is not a reason to move the question. If you would treat it as such, the question should in essence be closed as not being useful to anyone else but the OP.
Instead, focus on this: you seem to have some reason to believe posting the question here would lead to you finding your answer. Why is that? As Chris Rogers commented already:
Cross posting is asking exactly the same question in more than one site. What you can do is ask a Psychology related question here and an English Language question (non psychology) in English.SE
You can post a psychology-related question here, and tailor it to this community's guidelines (i.e., include initial research; the English SE question could actually constitute "initial research"). Highlight how the question on English SE is different than here. E.g., are you only interested in terminology as it is used in scientific literature of a certain field? Maybe you can provide more background information on where you encountered the term before? Maybe it was in a research article? What type of research did that article focus on? Etc.
Once you edit the question as such, it can be reopened here. No need to migrate the English SE question here. It is a good question and fully belongs there.