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psy•chol•o•gism



Pronunciation: (sī-kol'u-jiz"um), [key]
n.(often used pejoratively)
1. emphasis upon psychological factors in the development of a theory, as in history or philosophy.
2. a term or concept of psychology or psychoanalysis, esp. when used in ordinary conversation or a nontechnical context.

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