Psychography

• (n.) A description of the phenomena of mind. • (n.) Spirit writing.
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Psychography

Psy·chog'ra·phy noun [ Psycho- + -graphy .] 1. A description of the phenomena of mind. 2. (Spiritualism) Spirit writing.
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psychography

production of writing purportedly by a spiritual entity
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Psychography

Psychography is spirit-writing, that is writing said by the 19th century and early 20th century spiritualists to be done by the spirits of the dead.
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psychography

psychography, psychographic 1. The history, description, or delineation of the mind or soul, or of mind in the abstract; the descriptive branch of psychology. 2. Supposed spirit-writing by the hand or intervention of a medium. 3. The literary characterization of an individual, real or fictional, that uses psychoanalytical and psychological categori...
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psychography

Type: Term Pronunciation: sī-kog′ră-fē Definitions: 1. The literary characterization of a person, real or fictional, which uses psychoanalytic and psychological categories and theories; a psychological biography or character description.
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