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Synonyms for psychometry

any branch of psychology concerned with psychological measurements

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Helen Whittle come from a family of talented “psychics,” where tea cup readings, tarot card readings, palmistry and psychometry was the norm.
The chapters include lessons and writings on healing, meditation, psychic awareness, clairvoyance, psychometry, scrying, psychic and spiritual philosophy, colors, auras and their energies, sitting in circle, and much more.
The results of the previous researches indicated that this questionnaire is a helpful scale concerning psychometry, reliability and validity to measure Winterbottom's opinion [17] from the viewpoint of child rearing approaches.
From meditation and conscious dreaming to psychometry, omens, visions and more, this includes symbol dictionary and discussion of the ethics involved in clairvoyance even as it reviews the basics for developing one's talents.
The first two authors who have doctoral degrees in special education, one of whom has a master's degree in psychometry, met with the field experts to discuss and revise the survey.
As if being a member of an underprivileged minority group and trying to get into college wasn't stressful enough, a new research by the Israeli National Institute for Testing & Evaluation, the local equivalent of the American College Board, and Haifa University revealed that Israeli Arabs taking the Psychometry, the standardized test required to gain admission to most institutions of higher learning in Israel, scored significantly lower than their Jewish counterparts, receiving on average 100 points less out of a possible 800.
Like Queen Catrine, Sir Michael Stoute's Psychometry is making her debut in handicaps and can show to good effect after making the frame at Goodwood and Chester this spring, while the unbeaten Muteela and, at bigger prices, Lamar are others to throw into the melting pot.
She failed to sparkle on her racecourse bow when well beaten by the reopposing Psychometry at Kempton last September but made great strides to sign off with a victory at Newcastle the following month, despite having to race on ground that was probably not quite to her liking.
She failed to sparkle on her racecourse bow behind Psychometry at Kempton last September but made great strides to sign off with a victory at Newcastle the following month, despite having to race on ground that was not quite to her liking.
Gwen's fellow students once again share special skills, and Gwen's special gift is psychometry, the Gypsy's special sensitivity to knowing and seeing where lost things are.
Psychometry is widely practiced by psychics who are working for the police in solving crimes or locating lost persons (Duncan & Roll, 1995), but it is almost untouched by present-day researchers.
Training to be a medical intuitive requires mastering certain fields of knowledge and special skills, in this case energy anatomy, karma, the astral body, mindfulness, clairvoyance, Clairaudience, psychometry, and aura reading.
Summary: There's a form of extra-sensory perception called psychometry, whose practitioners claim to learn things about objects by touching them.
After the discussion, she will be doing galley readings through photo scrying (seeing spirits in photographs) and psychometry (divination of facts concerning an object or its owner through contact with the object).