psychological moment


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psychological moment

n.
The time at which the mental state of a person is most likely to produce a desired response.
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However, the psychological moment and the shortage of fresh capital are still in the way of genuine invigoration of the Macedonian stock market.
Aleksandar Manev from the investment fund Ilirika believes that the psychological moment is crucial for the situation in the stock market.
Eventually he put his cards on the table, choosing a good psychological moment: a seventh intern had been seconded to our wards.
This is the so-called "psychological moment" explained through the modification of the general disposition, of the lucidity of the reasoning etc.
"Penalty shoot-outs are only a psychological moment in football," he said.
The win was a big psychological moment for the team - now we need to build.
Wednesday and a following of around 1, 000 fans were unhappy with several decisions by referee Nigel Miller and his officials, notably the award of a penalty that brought Tranmere their third goal at a crucial psychological moment, seconds after the visitors had reduced the deficit to 2-1 in the 28th minute.
I just wanted to create that psychological moment when your brain locks and is thrown into confusion."
Jeanne was removed from the squad on duty at QPR for a minor disciplinary offence, he has been punished and now would be an ideal psychological moment to bring him back in.
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