1) (of the mind) psychisch [Problem]; psychologisch [Wirkung, Druck]
2) (of psychology) psychologisch
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adjective (of the mind, or of psychology.) psychologisch
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[ˌsaɪkəˈlɒʤɪkəl, AM -ˈlɑ:ʤ-]
1. (of the mind) psychisch
\psychological boost seelischer Auftrieb
\psychological effect Auswirkung f auf die Psyche
\psychological well-being seelisches Wohlbefinden
2. (of psychology) psychologisch
\psychological test psychologischer Test, Psychotest m
3. (not physical) psychisch
my headaches are purely \psychological meine Kopfschmerzen sind rein psychischer Natur
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(= mental) psychisch; (= concerning psychology) psychologisch

the psychological moment — der psychologisch günstige Augenblick

psychological terror — Psychoterror m

he's not really ill, it's all psychological — er ist nicht wirklich krank, das ist alles psychisch bedingt

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psychological [-kl] adj (adv psychologically)
1. psychologisch:
the psychological moment der (psychologisch) richtige Augenblick;
psychological novel psychologischer Roman;
psychological thriller Psychothriller m;
psychological warfare
a) psychologische Kriegführung,
b) fig Psychoterror m
2. psychisch
psych. abk
1. psychological (psychologically) psychol.
2. psychology
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1) (of the mind) psychisch [Problem]; psychologisch [Wirkung, Druck]
2) (of psychology) psychologisch
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psychologisch adj.
seelisch bedingt adj. n.
seelisch adj.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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