Adjective(1) mental or emotional as opposed to physical in nature(2) of or relating to or determined by psychology
(1) In the north of Europe, the Fauves' celebration of color was pushed to new emotional and psychological depths.(2) The end product is of course very different, but the internal or psychological processes are related.(3) In essence that there was a macho culture which refused to acknowledge the psychological problems engendered by combat.(4) It is a dynamic reworking of a classical story, vividly expressed and full of psychological intensity and emotion.(5) Yet, the axes created by the formulae may reflect some sort of psychological reality.(6) The pressure to look reed thin has severe psychological impacts on one's mind.(7) Emotional and psychological suffering in prisons is deliberately inflicted.(8) Victims are often left with lasting psychological damage that can include panic attacks and nervous breakdowns.(9) There were higher rates of psychological problems among girls than boys.(10) Perhaps, my fear of vegetables is really due to a psychological problem.(11) No person without deep psychological problems desires to have a negative conception of her or himself.(12) He suffered from psychological problems and had an IQ rating in the top 10 per cent in the country.(13) I find consolation in the fact that psychological research shows that man is capable of empathy as well as evil.(14) Many have been described and manipulated by much psychological research.(15) His research provides a psychological framework which offers a useful guide to thinking about risk assessment.(16) This puts him in an interesting, and almost unique position to be the subject of a psychological experiment.
(1) psychological problems :: problemau seicolegol
1. mental ::
2. emotional ::
3. intellectual ::
4. inner ::
5. cerebral ::
6. brain ::
7. rational ::
8. cognitive ::
Different Formspsychological, psychologically
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Trust me, Kripke will fall easy prey
to my PSYCHOLOGICAL warfare. Observe.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 12
...and PSYCHOLOGICAL implications
on human society.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 11
...you may be alone
because your PSYCHOLOGICAL state...
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 5
if you can't unload your
PSYCHOLOGICAL sewage on her?
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 19
He's using PSYCHOLOGICAL warfare.
We must reply in kind.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 13
English to Welsh Dictionary: psychological
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