Definition of Psychic phenomena

1. Noun. Phenomena that appear to contradict physical laws and suggest the possibility of causation by mental processes.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychic Phenomena

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psychiatrizes
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psychic energy
psychic phenomena (current term)
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Literary usage of Psychic phenomena

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1. The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research by American Society for Psychical Research (1921)
"psychic phenomena IN GRECO-ROMAN TIMES. By JAMES H. HYSLOP. Especially such writers as take a disparaging view of religion have endeavored to trace it to ..."

2. Papers and Proceedings by American Sociological Society Meeting, American Sociological Association (1907)
"As to the place in sociology of physical and psychic phenomena—the prevalent modes of activity included in the social process, all go on in the ..."

3. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1893)
"... of psychic phenomena; a Working Hypothesis for the Systematic Study of Hypnotism, Spiritism, Mental Therapeutics, &c. By THOMAS JAY HUDSON. ..."

4. Your Psychic Powers and how to Develop Them by Hereward Carrington (1920)
"IS IT RIGHT TO INVESTIGATE psychic phenomena? Various questions arise in this connection: The objection to Spiritualism may first of all be raised that ..."

5. Dynamic Sociology by Lester Frank Ward (1883)
"... feeling—Derivative intellectual processes—Proof of the reality of an external world—Vivid and faint series of psychic phenomena—Realism—The " Principles ..."

6. Dynamic Sociology: Or Applied Social Science by Lester Frank Ward (1897)
"... feeling—Derivative intellectual processes—Proof of the reality of an external world—Vivid and faint series of psychic phenomena—Realism—The " Principles ..."

7. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1895)
"THE LAW OF psychic phenomena. and for the matter of that, the medical press on the Continent and in America:— " 1. Prayer and religious faith, ..."

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