psychological

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  • Not included are social, environmental, and psychological problems and long-term health effects.
  • In this view the animal is part of our community, and is important for psychological well-being.
  • These attacks may have been psychological in origin rather than physical.
  • Models have also been proposed to understand the psychological basis of justice.
  • Horses also provide psychological benefits to people whether they actually ride or not.
  • The psychological well-being of the animals was now taken into consideration as it never had been before.
  • These same individuals have higher levels of psychological well-being.
  • It took him six months and he, too, found that both groups were highly similar in their psychological make-up.
  • In addition, a considerable effect of dancing on psychological well-being is noted.
  • No long term psychological or physical effects have been observed.
  • She was primarily known for her works of psychological fiction, often set among the English working classes.
  • They have identified, described, and developed psychological techniques of cold reading and hot reading.
  • The public, however, was exposed to psychological ideas which took their interest.
  • It is the source of one's physical and psychological nature.
  • Although these raids had no significant military impact, the psychological effect was considerable.
  • In the second study he saw that small positive effects began to appear in social involvement and psychological well-being.
  • In the second study he saw that small positive effects began to appear in social involvement and psychological well-being.
  • Child education was among the psychological topics that he wrote about.
  • Perhaps as important as the military victory for the Allies was the psychological victory.
  • In social comparison we use reference groups, with respect to both psychological and identity development.
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Meaning of psychological

  • adjective Of or relating to or determined by psychology
    psychological theories