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- adv. In a psychological manner.
- adv. Employing psychology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a psychological manner; from a psychological point of view; by psychological methods.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with regard to psychology
- adv. in terms of psychology
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Inflation can reduce wages in psychologically more feasible ways, so most workers can not easily measure or fight against.
If she doesn't have an exit plan yet, perhaps when she in psychologically evaluated she will not remember anything, plead insanity ....
Still, personnel moves aside, a key question that lingers revolves around the Patriots 'ability to respond psychologically from the Super Bowl.
Aspiring lawyers raised in psychologically healthy families face more obstacles in law and their careers than those raised in dysfunctional families and I imagine this is true since law often requires one to be cutthroat.
Contemporary physical theory brings directly and irreducibly into the overall causal structure certain psychologically described choices made by human agents about how they will act.
They understood one very important fact: Scarring someone psychologically is so much more effective than scarring them physically.
KARR: Well, you said the word psychologically, and, you know, that goes down a whole different path, and I can assure you it has nothing to do with anything psychological.
QUESTION: Ms. Reno, one of the advisers to the government released a letter on Monday evening describing his concern about imminent danger to Elian in calling for the immediate removal of Elian from what he called a psychologically abusive situation.
It is also questionable whether he could be called psychologically mature or emotionally healthy.
A nation which has always been polarized psychologically is now, thanks to him, polarized politically.