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psychological warfare

  

      n   the military application of psychology, esp. to propaganda and attempts to influence the morale of enemy and friendly groups in time of war  
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psychological  
      adj  
1    of or relating to psychology  
2    of or relating to the mind or mental activity  
3    having no real or objective basis; arising in the mind  
his backaches are all psychological     
4    affecting the mind  
  psychologically      adv  


psychological block  
      n      See       block       21  
psychological moment  
      n   the most appropriate time for producing a desired effect  
he proposed to her at the psychological moment     
psychological primary  
      n   one of a set of perceived colours (red, yellow, blue, green, black, and white) that can be used to characterize all other perceived colours  
psychological warfare  
      n   the military application of psychology, esp. to propaganda and attempts to influence the morale of enemy and friendly groups in time of war  

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psychological

  
1    cerebral, cognitive, intellectual, mental  
2    all in the mind, emotional, imaginary, irrational, psychosomatic, subconscious, subjective, unconscious, unreal  

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