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psychography

(saɪˈkɒɡrəfɪ)
n
1. (Alternative Belief Systems) spiritualism the supposed writing of a spirit or medium
2. (Psychology) psychol the history or description of a person's psyche
3. (Psychology) psychol the examination of one's psyche
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psychography

1. the reception of written spirit messages through a medium; spirit writing.
2. the production of images of spirits on film without the use of a camera, believed to be caused by spiritualistic forces. — psychographic, adj.
See also: Spirits and Spiritualism
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During a period of 60 years he wrote up to 450 books and several thousand letters claiming to use a process known as "psychography".
The client wanted to find the key differentiators that put the customers into specific groups and segregate the customers based on their psychography, geography, and behaviors.
et al.) (25) is a fourteen-item multiplechoice instrument where participants report which of the following anomalous experiences (AE) have already happened to them: apparitional experiences, spiritual hearing, spiritual perception, abnormal dreams, out-of-body experiences, foretelling, unexplained loss of energy, possession, intuition, spiritual perception of odors, physical manifestations of spiritual cause, psychography, telepathy and spiritual healing.
In other words, here we are dealing with a knowledge that looks like a spontaneous "ontography," an instantaneous "psychography" of the depths of being, a sudden deep insight into the inner realm of things, a vigorous, fluid hyperempathy, akin to that announced by Wordsworth in Tintern Abbey, the latter being, however, more elaborated in comparison with the spontaneous force announced by Keats.
Washington, November 17 ( ANI ): Analysis of the cerebral blood flow (CBF) of Brazilian mediums during the practice of psychography, described as a form of writing whereby a deceased person or spirit is believed to write through the medium's hand, has shed light on brain activity during a trance state.
Sindh also shares the anxiety among people of restive Balochistan that contribution of resources by provinces to national wealth should also be reflected in the provincial psychography and developments.
When it is "psychography." Only such a term, claims Simon Blaxland-de Lange, can accurately describe the scope of this book, the first of its kind on Barfield and his work.
Gamaliel Bradford's term for these studies is "psychography" (9).
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