Definition of psychography
1 : automatic writing used for spiritualistic purposes
2 : the production of images of spirits upon sensitive plates without the use of a camera held to be accomplished by means of spiritualistic forces
3 [French psychographie, from psych- + -graphie -graphy] : the description of an individual's mental characteristics and their development : psychological biography
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Origin and Etymology of psychography
psych- + -graphy
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