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A popular term for what some experts in human behaviour regard as nebulous, uncertain, or low-value words and phrases often used by non-degreed persons who ‘practice psychology’ over the air waves
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This is why psychobabblers think that the grace conferred on a repentant sinner does not come from Christ, but is rather some kind of reverse Freudian neurosis.
The left certainly has its share of cranks and psychobabblers, some of whom seem more interested in whether people are politely described than in how they actually live.
Unlike typical radio psychobabblers, Schlessinger has an underlying values message that is clearly in harmony with contemporary preferences.