Definition of Psychograph

1. Noun. (''in Spiritualism'') A photographic image having a supposed supernatural or spiritual origin ¹



2. Noun. psychobiography ¹

3. Noun. recorded moments of sensuous touch by genius loci [spirit of the space]. [ ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Psychograph

1. [n -S]

Psychograph Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychograph

psychogenetic
psychogeneticist
psychogeneticists
psychogenetics
psychogenic
psychogenic fugue
psychogenically
psychogeographer
psychogeographers
psychogeographical
psychogeographically
psychogeography
psychogeriatrician
psychogeriatrics
psychognosy
psychograph (current term)
psychographer
psychographers
psychographic
psychographically
psychographics
psychographies
psychographist
psychographists
psychographs
psychography
psychoheresy
psychohistorian
psychohistorians
psychohistories

Literary usage of Psychograph

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1. Bulletin of the National Research Council by National Research Council (U.S.) (1921)
"That for the younger group closely approximates the soth percentile standard and is similar in form to the psychograph for infantry officers. ..."

2. Intellectual and educational status of the medical profession as represented by Margaret Vara Cobb, Robert Mearns Yerkes (1921)
"That for the younger group closely approximates the 5oth percentile standard and is similar in form to the psychograph for infantry officers. ..."

3. The Debatable Land Between this World and the Next: With Illustrative Narrations by Robert Dale Owen (1872)
"They were experimenting with the psychograph; two of Monsieur B 's ... She brought her chair close to that part of the table where the psychograph was. ..."

4. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1902)
"We made use of a spirit- writing machine called a "psychograph," similar in purpose to the planchette, built not unlike a pantograph, having an indicator or ..."

5. Vocational Psychology: Its Problems and Methods by Harry Levi Hollingworth (1916)
"Closely related to it, though sufficiently distinct in aim and method to merit separate presentation, is the method of the vocational psychograph, ..."

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