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psychogram

 [si´ko-gram]
2. a visual sensation associated with a mental idea, such as a certain number which appears visualized when it is thought of.
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The psychogram (or psychological monography) is an inventory, a description, an expertise and cataloguing the psychological demands for each player.
16) That de Gaultier should have recourse to a fictional text in his effort to construct a psychogram of psychic deviancy illustrates how murky is the exchange of cultural energies.
Figure 1 shows the scores of the subjects on the psychogram.
An initial examination of patient's psychogram (Figure 1) reveals that the majority of her responses to Rorschach cards are on the left side of the psychogram, suggesting that patient has some problems in reacting freely to her environment (Klopfer, et al.
These tendencies are confirmed by the majority of responses falling on the left side of the psychogram (Rapaport, et al.
Primary memory, a concept that here remains somewhat unclear, 'is always present, though not always at a conscious level': it calls up at the subconscious level those 'archetypal signs that our conscious memory can no longer define but that trigger deep associative reactions', source of, among other things, the evocative and emotional power of psychograms.
the V, the T, the S, the square, the rectangle, the triangle, the arrow, the branch, the cross, the star, the snake-shaped sign, the zigzag, the phallic sign, the sign for the vulva, the shape of lips or fingers, the grid'); and psychograms (unique, non-figurative signs that it is assumed 'do not represent either objects or symbols, being instead visual expressions of feelings and concepts .
The aim of these pictures is not really to turn the subjects into the social types a critical analysis might sketch; instead, we might say, the works try to limn esoteric psychograms.
We have thus been able to identify three types of signs characteristic of elementary artistic structures: pictograms, ideograms, and psychograms.
They are associated with signs which often recur in the category of ideograms or in that of psychograms.
This makes them appear emotionally fraught; they are virtually psychograms or portraits--the building as a symbol of personal identity.