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Psychoanalyzing

ˌsaɪ.kəʊˈæn.əl.aɪz

Meanings of Psychoanalyzing:

verb

Examine or treat (a person or their behaviour) using psychoanalysis.

Usage examples:

Don't try to psychoanalyse her, just listen to her

Psychobabble

ˈsaɪ.kəʊˌbæb.əl

Meanings of Psychobabble:

noun

Language using a lot of words and expressions taken from psychology (= the study of the human mind)

Meanings of Psychobiologic:

adjective

Psychobiological.

Psychobiology

ˌsʌɪkəʊbʌɪˈɒlədʒi

Meanings of Psychobiology:

noun

The branch of science that deals with the biological basis of behaviour and mental phenomena.

Usage examples:

Rea's research examines the psychobiology and neuropsychology of post-traumatic stress disorder and…

Meanings of Psychobiotic:

adjective

Psychobiological.

Meanings of Psychochemical:

adjective

Of, relating to, or involving the chemistry of psychological processes.

noun

A psychoactive drug, especially one used as a chemical weapon.

Meanings of Psychochemistry:

noun

The chemistry of the mind; neurochemistry.

Meanings of Psychodiagnosis:

noun

The diagnosis of a psychiatric or abnormal psychological condition; an instance of this. also: psychological assessment (especially of character) by such means as the rorschach test, personality profiling, etc.; the branch of psychology that deals with this.

Meanings of Psychodiagnostic:

adjective

Of or relating to psychodiagnosis.

Meanings of Psychodiagnostics:

noun

With singular agreement. the branch of psychology concerned with psychological assessment (especially as carried out by means of rorschach and other projective tests, personality profiles, etc.).

Psychodrama

ˈsʌɪkəʊdrɑːmə

Meanings of Psychodrama:

noun

A form of psychotherapy in which patients act out events from their past.

Usage examples:

The treatment includes art therapy and psychodrama

Psychodramas

ˈsʌɪkəʊdrɑːmə

Meanings of Psychodramas:

noun

A form of psychotherapy in which patients act out events from their past.

Usage examples:

The treatment includes art therapy and psychodrama

Psychodynamics

ˌsʌɪkəʊdʌɪˈnamɪks

Meanings of Psychodynamics:

plural noun

The interrelation of the unconscious and conscious mental and emotional forces that determine personality and motivation.

Usage examples:

The psychodynamics of adolescent suicide

Meanings of Psychogalvanic:

adjective

Designating the galvanic skin response (especially in psychogalvanic reflex, psychogalvanic response); of, relating to, or involving this response.

Meanings of Psychogalvanometer:

noun

A galvanometer used to measure the galvanic skin response.

Meanings of Psychogenesis:

noun

The psychological cause to which a mental illness or behavioural disturbance may be attributed (as distinct from a physical cause).

Usage examples:

They traced the psychogenesis of those cases to an early excessive affection for the mother or the …

Meanings of Psychogenetical:

adjective

Psychogenetic.

Meanings of Psychogenetically:

adverb

In relation to psychogenesis; from a psychogenetic point of view; in a psychogenetic manner.

Meanings of Psychogenetics:

noun

With singular or plural agreement. = "psychogenesis".

Psychogenic

ˌsʌɪkə(ʊ)ˈdʒɛnɪk

Meanings of Psychogenic:

adjective

Having a psychological origin or cause rather than a physical one.

Usage examples:

Psychogenic ill health

Meanings of Psychogeny:

noun

Psychogenesis.

Psychogeriatrics

ˌsʌɪkəʊdʒɛrɪˈatrɪks

Meanings of Psychogeriatrics:

plural noun

The branch of healthcare concerned with mental illness in elderly people.

Usage examples:

I really do see psychogeriatrics as an area of specialist practice that spans both mental health an…

Meanings of Psychogonic:

adjective

Of or relating to psychogony.

Meanings of Psychogonical:

adjective

Of or relating to psychogony.

Meanings of Psychogony:

noun

Originally: the origin of the soul; †a treatise dealing with this (obsolete). later also: = "psychogenesis".

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