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psychology +‎ -ic

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psychologic (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to the science of psychology.
    • 1914, Sigmund Freud, The Psychopathology of Everyday Life, translated by A. A. Brill, New York: Macmillan, Chapter VI, [1]
      Although it is usually difficult to find the person responsible for printers' errors, the psychologic mechanisms underlying them are the same as in other mistakes.
    • 1924, Herman Melville, Billy Budd, London: Constable & Co., Chapter 18, [2]
      " [] Ay, there is a mystery; but, to use a Scriptural phrase, it is 'a mystery of iniquity,' a matter for psychologic theologians to discuss. But what has a military court to do with it? [] "

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psychologic (not comparable)

  1. psychological, psychologic