psychograph


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psychograph

 [si´ko-graf]
1. a chart for recording graphically the personality traits of an individual.
2. a written description of the mental functioning of an individual.

psychograph

/psy·cho·graph/ (si´ko-graf)
1. a chart for recording graphically a person's personality traits.
2. a written description of a person's mental functioning.

psychograph

(sī′kə-grăf′)
n.
A graphic representation or chart of the personality traits of an individual or group.

psy′cho·graph′ic adj.

psychograph

[si′kōgraf]
1 a chart for recording graphically the personality traits of an individual.
2 a written description of the mental functioning of an individual.
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