PSEUDOSCOPE

An optical device designed to create illusions in the visual field. One of the common uses is to transpose images between the right...

PSYCHIATRIC DIAGNOSIS

The diagnosis of a single or combination of mental disorders.

PSYCHIC REALITY

A reality internalized and based on fantasy, wish, fear, memories and anticipation. The psychic reality is internal, whereas external reality is comprised of actual,...

PSYCHOCHEMISTRY

The science that examines the relationship between chemicals, behavior and psychological processes. It is the study of chemical influence on behavior.

PSYCHOGENIC

Having to do with psychological, emotional or mental factors. This in opposition to organic causes.

PSYCHOLOGICAL ANAPHYLAXIS

In psychology, a hypersensitive reaction to an event or stimuli brought about from a previous traumatic event. Exposure to events or circumstances that...

PSYCHOLOGICAL KINESIOLOGY

The science of studying human movement as it relates to psychological factors

PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE

In military tactics, a broad class of activities employed to affect the behavior of an opposing military or civilian populous. For instance...

PSYCHOMOTOR EPILEPSY

An archaic name for complex partial epilepsy, a condition where complex partial seizures are present.

PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGICAL DRUGS

That class of drugs whose members are used to treat mental or behvioral disorders.

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