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  • Environmental causes are more psychologically based thus making them more closely related.
  • Other researchers, though, claim that police officers are more psychologically healthy than the general population.
  • Human beings are more psychologically healthy, not to mention happy, when part of a community.
  • The idea was that students would then be less distracted and more psychologically conditioned to focus on their studies during the day.
  • Concepts represented by points that are near to each other are more psychologically similar than are points that are conceptually distant.
  • I think women are generally more psychologically complicated.
  • Ichi reveals that he has been having dreams and also reveals that he is more psychologically troubled than previously thought.
  • The term "tank destroyer" was used from this point on, as it was seen as a more psychologically powerful term.
  • It was found that females tend to be more psychologically minded than males.
  • In the meantime, he continued writing and moved on to more psychologically complex novels, that dealt with the issue of death and life values.
  • Syme's experience was something much more psychologically strange if there was indeed anything unreal, in the earthly sense, about the things he had gone through. Cited from The Man Who Was Thursday, by G. K. Chesterton/GKC7
  • "Your effectiveness?" queried Harrington, to whom the interview was becoming more psychologically interesting every moment. Cited from Law-Breakers and Other Stories, by Robert Grant
  • Optimists are more psychologically resilient and have stronger immune systems than more reality-based opposites.
  • He later found that adding human interaction (working with partners) loosened creativity and challenged the body more psychologically.
  • When people genuinely enjoy their profession and are motivated by their passion, they tend to be more satisfied with their work and more psychologically healthy.
  • But it had an evil in it much deeper and more psychologically poisonous than any superficial absurdities. Cited from George Bernard Shaw, by Gilbert K. Chesterton
  • From the time when Wheeler joined the writing, the stories become more psychologically acute, with increasingly realistic, fleshed-out characters.
  • In this period, comic book characters generally became darker and more psychologically complex, creators became better-known and active in changing the industry, independent comics flourished, and larger publishing houses became more commercialized.
  • Functional discourse grammar has been developed as a successor to functional grammar, attempting to be more psychologically and pragmatically adequate than functional grammar.
  • Joan Micklin Silver initially tackled the project, but Preminger found her to be too much of a feminist who was more psychologically attuned to the character than he thought was necessary.
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