psychological

psychological
adjective
1. (general) 
Animals need exercise for their physical as well as their psychological wellbeing.Los animales necesitan hacer ejercicio para su bienestar tanto físico como psicológico.
psychological
adjective
1. (general) 
a. psicológico(a) 
I have a psychological block about drivingconducir me produce un bloqueo psicológico
psychological warfareguerra psicológica
psychological [ˌsaɪkəˈlɒdʒɪkəl]
adjective
psicológico
it's only psychological son cosas de la imaginación (informal)
He claimed he heard footsteps above his head but I'm sure it was just psychological
modifier
psychological block (n) bloqueo (m) psicológico
psychological make-up (n) perfil (m) psicológico
psychological moment (n) momento (m) psicológico
psychological profile (n) perfil (m) psicológico
George Washington University, has drawn a psychological profile of Saddam and describes him as a `judicious political calculator'
psychological profiling (n) trazado (m) del perfil psicológico
in the fight against violent sexual crime, psychological profiling is certain to help the police knock on the right door a little faster
psychological warfare (n) guerra (f) psicológica
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