Complete Definition of "psycho-"

English

Etymology
From AGr. ÏÏÏή (psychÄ) "soul" or "mind".

Prefix
psycho- (sometimes psych- before a vowel)

  1. mind.
  2. brain.

Derived terms
top3
psych-out
psychasthenia
psychedelia
psychedelic
psychiatric
psychiatrist
psychiatry
psychic
psychoacoustics
psychoactive
psychoanalysis
psychoanalyze
psychobabble
psychobiography
psychobiology
psychochemical
psychodrama
psychodynamics
psychogenesis
mid3
psychogenic
psychograph
psychographics
psychohistory
psychoimmunology
psychokinesis
psycholinguistics
psychological
psychological moment
psychological warfare
psychologism
psychologist
psychologize
psychology
psychometrics
psychometry
psychomotor
psychoneuroimmunology
psychoneurosis
psychopath
psychopathic
mid3
psychopathology
psychopathy
psychopharmacology
psychophysics
psychophysiology
psychopomp
psychosexual
psychosis
psychosocial
psychosomatic
psychosurgery
psychotechnics
psychotherapeutics
psychotherapist
psychotherapy
psychotic
psychotomimetic
psychotronic
psychotropic

Translations
French: psycho-
Interlingua: psycho-
Italian: psico-
Portuguese: psico-

See also
psyche
psycho

References
[http://m-w.com/dictionary/psych- Definition of psych - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary]

fr:psycho-
ja:psycho-

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