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adjective as in concerning the mind

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Unless you track down an underlying pathology with a brain scan or sophisticated psychological test, the “cure” will always work because there is no disease.

GPT-2 had problems with biological, physical, psychological, and social reasoning, and a general tendency toward incoherence and non sequiturs.

I wanted to learn more, to see if it was really possible that mathematics and algorithms could ultimately be the future of more human, more psychological interactions.

Technology-facilitated violence is the most common type of intimate partner victimization, and it accompanies in-person psychological, physical and sexual violence.

In the kind of broadest brushstrokes, the idea that we do a lot of things to avoid psychological pain, I think he was spot on.

A big part of the reason is a simple psychological phenomenon called cognitive dissonance.

Ironically, the same psychological crutch of self-justification can then help in these situations.

In war, he wrote, “everything is uncertain … all military action is intertwined with psychological forces and effects.”

While Miles says the kids she met were “incredibly brave,” both their psychological and physical pain was evident.

The American Psychological Association also produced a comprehensive review of studies going back three decades.

To reproduce the impulse born of the thought—this is the aim of a psychological method.

It was apparent by that time that the extender would never be anything in a printing office but a psychological monstrosity.

Men have no time for subjectivities—except poets, psychological fictionists, and the like, who do not seem to me men at all.

In that sudden awakening had occurred the very psychological climax required to reveal the passionate emotion accumulated below.

These letters throw a clear light upon the chief psychological moments of these two eventful years of his life.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to psychological, such as: cognitive, emotional, intellectual, mental, subjective, and cerebral.

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