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adverb as in mentally

adverb as in socially

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Major medical and psychological institutions, including the American Psychological Association, the World Health Organization, the American Medical Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics, widely reject conversion therapy.

With the help of Pauli, he hoped to shape it into a key principle acknowledged by the psychological community.

Another study, published in Lancet Psychiatry in 2016, found that signs of depression dropped in 12 people three months after two doses of psilocybin and psychological support.

Juan has dealt with some health issues, both physical, like skin infections, and psychological, but has struggled to find care.

While we fight to survive the psychological stress of the pandemic, we are also overwhelmed by the constant reminder that we are feeling unsafe right now.

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The deeper you get, the more hardcore the acts, both physically and psychologically.

The fall of Aleppo will be hugely tragic—“psychologically and optically devastating,” says Itani.

Between 1995 and 2007, my husband abused me physically, sexually, and psychologically.

And calls to violence like this often appeal as much to the psychologically damaged as they do to committed ideologues.

A disease that once seemed distant has become, at least psychologically, more present to the American people.

Are you not ashamed to extol this revolting and commonplace stuff, which aspires to be psychologically profound?

Psychologically, one must quite often compare him with insects, marvellous flowering of the life force.

Dreams and divination had already been investigated by Aristotle and explained psychologically.

The apparently "impersonal" behavior of the neurotic is psychologically determined, though unconsciously.

Such in spirit is the cry of every crowd, for every crowd is, psychologically considered, a soviet.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to psychologically, such as: intellectually, introspectively, inwardly, pensively, psychically, and subjectively.

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