Definition of Psychographs

1. Noun. (plural of psychograph) ¹



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Definition of Psychographs

1. psychograph [n] - See also: psychograph

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychographs

psychogeographical
psychogeographically
psychogeography
psychogeriatrician
psychogeriatrics
psychognosy
psychograph
psychographer
psychographers
psychographic
psychographically
psychographics
psychographies
psychographist
psychographists
psychographs (current term)
psychography
psychoheresy
psychohistorian
psychohistorians
psychohistories
psychohistory
psychohydraulic
psychohydraulics
psychoid
psychoids
psychoimmunologic
psychoimmunological
psychoimmunology
psychojargon

Literary usage of Psychographs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Proofs of Spirit Forces by George Henslow (1920)
"psychographs FROM 'AJAX' A CHICAGO PREACHER The following is the Archdeacon's account of the occasion when a long communication from 'Ajax' arrived. ..."

2. Photographing the Invisible: Practical Studies in Spirit Photography, Spirit by James Coates (1911)
"Six REMARKABLE psychographs Mr Harold Bailey, who sends me the particulars ... The facts regarding the production of the six marvellous psychographs are as ..."

3. Psychography: A Treatise on One of the Objective Forms of Psychic Or by Stainton Moses, William Stainton Moses (1878)
"Mr. Coleman has one of these curious psychographs in his own possession. ... The book is illustrated by thirty fac-similes of psychographs thus obtained, ..."

4. Alienists and Neurologists of America: Proceedings of Sixth Annual Meeting by Chicago Medical Society (1917)
"It is interesting to observe the differences between the psychographs of these ... The inspection of the Dementia Precox psychographs will show that these ..."

5. Union Portraits by Gamaliel Bradford (1916)
"But "portraits" has the sanction of high authority and example, while "psychographs" is shocking to the cautious imagination of a publisher, ..."

6. Union Portraits by Gamaliel Bradford (1916)
"But "portraits" has the sanction of high authority and example, while "psychographs" is shocking to the cautious imagination of a publisher, ..."

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