from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A psychopath.
- adj. Crazy; insane.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Psychotic, or otherwise insane.
- n. A person who is psychotic or otherwise insane.
- n. A person who acts in a bizarre or dangerous manner.
- n. A class, at a college or university, in which psychology is taught.
As Zeh puts it, von Neumann's motivation for introducing collapse was to save what he called psycho-physical parallelism (arguably supervenience of the mental on the physical: only one mental state is experienced, so there should be only one corresponding component in the physical state).
He makes it his business to change people's minds for them instead of petting their minds and he does the precise thing I have in mine except that he confines himself in doing it to what he calls psycho-mechanics -- to
"Our expertise is in providing child safe spaces and providing basically what we call psycho social support," Ms Gibbs said.
“I think that’s a question better fit for a team of doctors, all with the word psycho in their title.”
Each has their own preference in psycho-pharmaceuticals.
Narcissism, in psycho-therapeutic parlance, is a term used to indicate a superficial personality type with a hyper-inflated sense of self to compensate for a grievously wounded core.
Good luck America, if this pathological lair and psycho is your best hope as your first female President.
The creator (i.e. el perro) named me a psycho without knowing the true psycho is his own friend, who seeks psychologist help.
Apparently the FBI suspects the small town psycho is connected to one of their unsolved cases and sends these two to investigate.
Why does Ben Wade; s main psycho-boy kill all his help?
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