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Psy|cho-

, psy|cho- in cpdspsycho-;
Psy|cho|ana|ly|se
Psy|cho|ana|ly|ti|ker(in)
m(f)psychoanalyst
psy|cho|ana|ly|tisch
adjpsychoanalytic(al)
adv jdn Psycho- behandelnto psychoanalyze sb
Psy|cho|di|ag|no#s|tik
Psy|cho|dra|ma
psy|cho|gen
adjpsychogenic
Psy|cho|gra#mm
nt pl <-gramme> → profile (auch fig), → psychograph
Psy|cho|ki|ne|se
f <->, no plpsychokinesis
Psy|cho|lo|ge
m <-n, -n>, Psy|cho|lo|gin
f <-, -nen> → psychologist
Psy|cho|lo|gie
f <->, no plpsychology
psy|cho|lo|gisch
adjpsychological; Psycho-e Kriegsführungpsychological warfare
advpsychologically; Psycho- erfahrene Kräftepersonnel with experience in psychology
psy|cho|lo|gi|sie|ren ptp <psychologisiert>
vtto psychologize
Psy|cho|neu|ro|se
Psy|cho|path
m <-en, -en>, Psy|cho|pa|thin
f <-, -nen> → psychopath
Psy|cho|pa|thie
f <-, -n> → psychopathy
psy|cho|pa|thisch
adjpsychopathic
advlike a psychopath; Psycho- reagierento react psychopathically
Psy|cho|pha#r|ma|kon
nt <-s, -phạrmaka> usu plpsychiatric drug

Psy|cho-

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Psy|cho|so|ma|tik
f <->, no plpsychosomatics sing
psy|cho|so|ma|tisch
psy|cho|so|zi|al
adj (Psych, Sociol) → psychosocial
Psy|cho|ter|ror
Psy|cho|test
Psy|cho|the|ra|peut(in)
psy|cho|the|ra|peu|tisch
Psy|cho|the|ra|pie
Psy|cho|thril|ler
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