psychogenic

[ sahy-kuh-jen-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF psychogenic

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The detailed recital usually furnishes many valuable clues which make the psychogenic origin of the symptoms clear to the patient.

Since there was no organic cause for the disturbance, the case was clearly to be regarded as hysterical, that is, psychogenic.

Viewed from the newly-gained standpoint, there resulted, first of all, a totally new theory of psychogenic disturbances.

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1884, from psycho- + -genic.

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