Definition of Psychopathics
1. psychopathic [n] - See also: psychopathic
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychopathics
Literary usage of Psychopathics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Alcohol and Society by John Koren (1916)
"The morons, feeble-minded, subnormal psychopathics and epileptics, not counting other groups that depart from the normal, number 289, or 39.4 per cent of ..."
2. Israel Among the Nations: A Study of the Jews and Antisemitism by Anatole Leroy-Beaulieu, Frances Hellman (1895)
"... society is urged by the excesses of its intellectual and emotional life, and by the increasing spur of competition. The noisy army of psychopathics and ..."
3. The Principles of Medical Psychology: Being the Outlines of a Course of Lectures by Ernst Feuchtersleben (1847)
"... conforms to nature in the much-discussed and oft-attempted division of the psychopathics. Every division in approximative doctrines (the sciences alone, ..."
4. The Prison and the Prisoner: A Symposium by George Gordon Battle (1917)
"SEXUAL psychopathics. In this group of prisoners are included those with various types of sexual inversions or perversions. Not a few of these prisoners ..."
5. The Jews: A Study of Race and Environment by Maurice Fishberg (1911)
"... and that a fair proportion of the neurotics and psychopathics have inherited their nervous dispositions from their maltreated grandparents. ..."