not psychologically

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  • Younger elementary students who are not psychologically fully developed may not see any additional benefit to extended days.
  • An act of this kind may be considered crime legally but not psychologically. Cited from The Crowd, Study of Popular Mind, Gustave le Bon 1
  • Most of the time these children are not psychologically abnormal, but the cough can be a source of secondary gain.
  • Others, such as son Billy, could not psychologically adjust to the new lifestyle and committed suicide.
  • A person who is physically dependent, but not psychologically dependent can have their dose slowly dropped until they are no longer physically dependent.
  • Norman describes The Bird Artist, a novel, as his most conservative book structurally, though not psychologically.
  • While this statement may be accepted in ordinary language, it is not psychologically true that I first become interested in a strange presentation, and then attend to it afterwards. Cited from Ontario Normal School Manuals: Science of Education, by Ontario Min./Ed.
  • Brumberg has also written about the history of boys and crime, saying that research shows boys in early adolescence are not psychologically developed enough to be liable for their actions to the extent of an adult.
  • Many can not psychologically handle the impact of the Mageverse (It can trigger insanity).
  • Likewise, a Chinese rural young woman who is frequently wronged by her mother-in-law may have strain if she is not psychologically ready to cope with a different situation by seeking support from other family members and the village.
  • Our institutions and social customs seem all to assume a definiteness of preference, a singleness and a limitation of love, which is not psychologically justifiable. Cited from First and Last Things, by H. G. Wells
  • As a result, Garcia and others argue, young adults are physiologically able to reproduce but not psychologically or socially ready to 'settle down' and begin a family.
  • A former clerk from Vervunhive, Vamberfeld was not psychologically stable for warfare and was injured in the fighting on Hagia.
  • During active military duty as a field doctor during World War II (which "all Swiss men who were not psychologically impaired were required to do"), Boss read Heidegger's dense and often complicated text, Being and Time.
  • On 21 May the German FA rejected this appeal at first instance, having considered that these crowd disturbances did not psychologically impinge the Hertha players and that the referee's handling of the situation was sound.
  • Crowds termed criminal crowds -- A crowd may be legally yet not psychologically criminal -- The absolute unconsciousness of the acts of crowds -- Various examples -- Psychology of the authors of the September massacres -- Their reasoning, their sensibility, their ferocity, and their morality. Cited from The Crowd, Study of Popular Mind, Gustave le Bon 1