Definition of Psychists
1. psychist [n] - See also: psychist
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Literary usage of Psychists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Spiritual Magazine (1871)
"In half an hour this invisible messenger—this mere force, as the psychists would have us think it—transacted the business, saw Dr. Gourlay sent off to the ..."
2. A Modern Priestess of Isis by Vsevolod Sergeevich Solovʹev, Walter Leaf, Vera Petrovna Zhelikhovskai︠a︡, William Emmette Coleman (1895)
"and the ' psychists' have long been wanting to examine me in person. ... By " psychists " she meant the members of the London Society for Psychical Research ..."
3. The Menace of Spiritualism by Elliott O'Donnell (1920)
"The psychists complain about the bad doctrines of the Churches and despise ... They justify their own existence as psychists as a result of this defect, ..."
4. Spiritual Science: Here and Herafter: Here and Hereafter, a Study of by William Earnshaw Cooper (1911)
"... they were vastly inferior in the quality of their spiritual endowments to many psychists of ancient times; immeasurably below the standard set up by ..."
5. The Physical diagnosis of brain disease by Reuben A. Vance (1871)
"... and Somato-psychists. Under either theory of investigation, Dr. Hun, at that early day declared it impracticable to advance in psychology, ..."
6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1884)
"The general question at issue is.whether there is any such process as what the psychists very happily denominate ' telepathy,' which may be defined as ..."
7. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1908)
"the autobiography of what psychists call a "Sensitive," whose identity is concealed under the pseudonym "Ann Arbor;" also, "A Song of Faith." by the Rev. ..."
8. Woman: In All Ages and in All Countries by Mitchell Carroll, Alfred Brittain, Edward Bagby Pollard, Pierce Butler, John Robert Effinger, Hugo Paul Thieme, Hermann Schoenfeld, Bartlett Burleigh James, John Ruse Larus (1907)
"So some psychists would have us believe; but they have only slight ground for their sweeping assertion. That civilisation is but restrained savagery may ..."