Psychological

  • (adj): Mental or emotional as opposed to physical in nature.
    Example: "Give psychological support"; "psychological warfare"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on psychological:

Acedia - Signs
... (or symptoms) are typically divided into two basic categories somatic and psychological ... A host of psychological symptoms can also signify the presence of acedia, which affects the mental state and behavior of the afflicted ... Some commonly reported psychological signs revolve around a lack of attention to daily tasks and an overall dissatisfaction with life ...
Psyc LIT
... PsycLIT was a CD-ROM version of Psychological Abstracts ... It was one of a number of databases indexing psychological research papers and journals ... Others included PsycINFO, Psychological Abstracts, Ulrich International Periodical Directory, PUBLIST (The Internet Directory Publications), ISSN International, PSICODOC, the ISOC database PSEDISOC, CSIC-RISO, CIRBIC-REV ...
Bulverism - Examples
... belief of mine is "wishful thinking." You can never come to any conclusion by examining my psychological condition ... then no amount of vapouring about my psychological condition can be anything but a waste of time ... Afterwards, if you like, go on and discover the psychological causes of the error ...
LSD - Effects - Psychological
... LSD's psychological effects (colloquially called a "trip") vary greatly from person to person, depending on factors such as previous experiences, state of mind ... Some psychological effects may include an experience of radiant colors, objects and surfaces appearing to ripple or "breathe", colored patterns behind the closed eyelids (eidetic ...
James W. Pennebaker - Research
... and been "recognized by the American Psychological Association as one of the top researchers on trauma, disclosure, and health." In particular, he finds a person's use of "low-level words ... first-person singular pronouns, conjunctions), psychological (e.g ... research establishing strong links between linguistic patterns and personality or psychological state, but makes possible far more detailed results than did hand counts ...

More definitions of "psychological":

  • (adj): Of or relating to or determined by psychology.
    Example: "Psychological theories"