psychological theme

psychological theme

An idea or topic on which a psychological operation is based.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Brown is launching the world's first psychological theme park "ride" at Thorpe Park in Surrey Lasting 10-15 minutes, it is described as a multi-sensory experience consisting of five key themes - grand illusion, live action, next generation technology, 4D special effects and physical transit.
| TWO life-size Victorian style dolls shocked Londoners yesterday morning as the creepy pair popped up at commuter hotspots across the capital to mark the launch of the world's first psychological theme park ride created by Derren Brown.
Thorpe Park is teaming up with 'mentalist' Derren Brown to create the world's first fully immersive psychological theme park attraction.
ILLUSIONIST Derren Brown is launching the world's first psychological theme park experience with Thorpe Park.
Each chapter explores a theme: the psychological theme of "melancholy" (chapter one); the epistemological theme of "negative faith" (chapter two); the existential theme of "nihilism" (chapter three, which is the strongest chapter); the practical theme of "tarrying" (chapter four); and the metaphysical theme of "nonexistence" (chapter five).
The second story, The Signalman, by Charles Dickens, had a far more psychological theme, based as it was on Dickens' own fear of trains after he narrowly survived the Staplehurst Railway Crash of 1865.
Artists, therefore, started to paint portraits that came to resemble studio photographs." Tagore, on the other hand, deviated away from physical likeness and focused more on the psychological theme.
(Note 35) The point biserial correlation between the presence of an identified psychological theme (0 = no psychological theme, 1 = psychological theme) in the suicide notes and age was .38 (p < .05, two-tailed).
The psychological theme that dominates many products these days is the addressing of an unconscious and preconscious longing for expansion.
The book's title captures the psychological theme of Saddam's grandiose self-concept that renders him and Iraq indistinguishable.
"We're not looking for soaps," admits buyer Jannie Langbroek, but adds, "We can very much use some educational programming with a social or psychological theme." The pubcaster buys about 400 hours a year of product for its highly educated audience.
The psychological themes developed in the critique of sport are quite well known.