psychotronic

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psy·cho·tron·ic

 (sī′kə-trŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to a genre of film characterized by bizarre or shocking story lines, often shot on a low budget.

[Probably psycho- + (elec)tronic.]
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The latter reputedly led to the appearance in the 20th century of increasingly more sophisticated ramifications of psychological research, like analytical psychology, cognitive psychology, psychotherapy, existential analysis, psychotronics, etc.
They invented the terms psychotronics or bio-energetics to refer to the science that studies this.
If the IO element is a human-based, data processor component (the brain, which can be influenced or manipulated by propaganda, psychotronics, nonlethal weapons, or special pharmaceuticals according to the Russian paradigm), then the issue under consideration is information-psychological.