Definition of Mental balance
1. Noun. The healthy psychological state of someone with good judgment.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Mental Balance
Literary usage of Mental balance
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Principles of Teaching: Based on Psychology by Edward Lee Thorndike (1906)
"Individuals may also be graded according to their mental balance, ... At that period it is easy to recognize the lack of mental balance shown in complaints ..."
2. The Prison Question by Charles Howell Reeve (1890)
"The secret of prohibition of crime lies first, in an education, producing mental balance, and the proper location of persons when so educated as well as ..."
3. ... The French Revolution by Hippolyte Taine (1881)
"mental balance disturbed.—Signs of this in the revolutionary language.—Scope and expression of the Jacobin intellect.—In what respect his method is ..."
4. Mental Adjustments by Frederic Lyman Wells (1917)
"... this order comes to that of persons having a normal sense of right and wrong. 20 The precise meaning of mental balance is developed in the next chapter. ..."
5. Addresses and Proceedings by National Education Association of the United States, National Teachers' Association (U.S.)., American Normal School Association, Central College Association (1894)
"In my opinion, not only would such training paya hundredfold in mental economy, but it would be a step toward obtaining that mental balance which so ..."
6. Methods of Teaching: Their Basis and Statement Developed from a Functional by Werrett Wallace Charters (1912)
""Individuals may also be graded according to their mental balance, ... At that period it is easy to recognize the lack of mental balance shown in complaints ..."