• a psychological block
  • 心理的ブロック[阻止]
  • a psychological play
  • 心理劇
  • A Finnish study published in 1997 showed that fear that water is fluoridated may have a psychological effect with a large variety of symptoms, regardless of whether the water is actually fluoridated.
  • Wikipedia: Water fluoridation
  • All of these psychological factors made battle especially difficult for the infantrymen.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Cannae
  • Another psychological theory used by Blassingame is role theory.
  • Wikipedia: The Slave Community
  • At the suggestion of American psychological operations experts, B-29s spent August 13 dropping leaflets over Japan, describing the Japanese offer of surrender and the Allied response.
  • Wikipedia: Surrender of Japan
  • Categorized as a psychological thriller, the surrealist film was highly acclaimed by many critics and earned Lynch the Prix de la mise en scène (Best Director Award) at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival, as well as an Oscar nomination for Best Director.
  • Wikipedia: Mulholland Drive (film)
  • Despite strong evidence of impaired humor appreciation, anecdotal reports of humor in individuals with AS seem to challenge some psychological theories of AS and autism.
  • Wikipedia: Asperger syndrome
  • England and MCC captain Norman Yardley later admitted Barnes's close proximity throughout the season had a psychological affect on his batsmen, although the Australian did miss catches because he was too close to react to the oncoming ball.
  • Wikipedia: Sid Barnes with the Australian cricket team in England in 1948
  • Even during the Cold War, the psychological impact of a battleship was significant.
  • Wikipedia: Battleship
  • Feather plucking is likely to stem from psychological rather than physical causes.
  • Wikipedia: Cockatoo
  • Funds were initially distributed to families who needed it to get back on their feet, and the rest was held in trust for longer-term medical and psychological needs.
  • Wikipedia: Oklahoma City bombing
  • Her next theatre role was in the psychological thriller Boy Gets Girl (2005), in which she played Theresa, a journalist for a New York magazine.
  • Wikipedia: Miranda Otto
  • In addition to psychological components of social phobia, such as fear and avoidance, sertraline also ameliorated some physiological components, such as blushing and palpitations but not sweating and trembling.
  • Wikipedia: Sertraline
  • In his cross-examination of the two doctors, Duchesne cited the psychological reports filed on Lamb at Penetanguishene in 1966, which had determined Lamb to have an IQ of 125, far above most of his 18-year-old peers.
  • Wikipedia: Mathew Charles Lamb
  • In his view it failed to see attachment as a psychological bond in its own right rather than an instinct derived from feeding or sexuality.
  • Wikipedia: Attachment theory
  • It is a catharsis to give a clear notion about psychological and physical effect of loss, and sometimes to lessen the pain of grief itself.
  • Wikipedia: Toraja
  • Madlax also plays as the story of Margaret Burton's search for her psychological identity.
  • Wikipedia: Madlax
  • Many have also been subjected to Freudian, Jungian, and other psychological analyses, but no mode of interpretation has ever established itself definitively.
  • Wikipedia: Fairy tale
  • Modern biographers have speculated that he may have suffered from the psychological condition megalomania.
  • Wikipedia: Louis Riel
  • O'Reilly said the failure to take the new ball immediately after the appeal was a missed opportunity to maximise the psychological pressure on Hassett.
  • Wikipedia: Second Test, 1948 Ashes series
  • Pope Pius XII developed an extensive theology of the family, taking issue with family roles, sharing of household duties, education of children, conflict resolution, financial dilemmas, psychological problems, illness, taking care of older generations, unemployment, marital holiness and virtue, common prayer, religious discussions and more.
  • Wikipedia: Pope Pius XII
  • Population-wide strategies could promote services to ensure safe pregnancies and healthy growth, including in areas of psychological development such as social cognition.
  • Wikipedia: Schizophrenia
  • Psychoanalyst Marvin Margolis suggests the enduring nature of the stork fable of the newborn is linked to its addressing a psychological need, in that it allays the discomfort of discussing sex and procreation with children.
  • Wikipedia: White Stork