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  • In addition, these effects are greater when the individual being compared to is psychologically close to one.
  • She said that she might not be psychologically fit for the show.
  • But the one which we face here is psychologically the most interesting. Cited from The Photoplay, by Hugo Muensterberg
  • The oft-heard saying that there is nothing new under the sun is psychologically true. Cited from How to Use Your Mind, by Harry D. Kitson
  • The whole scene, in addition to its effectiveness on the stage, is psychologically true to life. Cited from The Life and Works of Friedrich Schiller,C. Thomas
  • The same concept may be psychologically formed in various circumstances and therefore be expressed with various intuitions. Cited from Aesthetic as Science of Expression,Benedetto Croce
  • When parents are psychologically inflexible they cause more stress in their families.
  • She was psychologically abused by her mother for many years.
  • So the doctor decided to broach the subject now, as being psychologically as favorable a time as any. Cited from The Monster Men, by Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • His attempts at establishing a law practice in Bombay failed because he was psychologically unable to cross-question witnesses.
  • It is psychologically difficult to think "I do not exist".
  • The presence of the growth spurt is probably necessary to keep children physically small until they are psychologically mature.
  • Honorifics in contemporary Korea are now used for people who are psychologically distant.
  • Many of these orangutans are only weeks old when they arrive, and all of them are psychologically traumatized.
  • With primary insomnia, however, initial efforts should be psychologically based, including discussion of good sleep hygiene.
  • It is psychologically true that only the unfamiliar and not-completely-controlled is interesting. Cited from Sex and Society, by William I. Thomas
  • His remorse after he saw in its bald hideousness what he had done was psychologically inevitable. Cited from The Life of Jesus of Nazareth, by Rush Rhees
  • We do not say that the result is psychologically impossible; for it would be very rash to dogmatise on any such question. Cited from Hours in a Library, Volume I (of III), by Leslie Stephen
  • For these women, who were not even allowed to look out of windows, such a fate was psychologically as well as economically devastating.
  • I really do feel as though I was psychologically mutilated that night and that now I'm trying to put the pieces back together again.
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