Definition of mentalist
1. mental [ a ] involving the mind or an intellectual process
Examples: "mental images of happy times" "mental calculations" "in a terrible mental state" "mental suffering" "free from mental defects"
(Nathan Rapport, ""I've Been Here before!"...)
And when psychology explains glibly , `` but the subconscious_mind is able to produce it '' it refers to a mental region so vaguely identified that it may embrace the entire universal mind as conceivably as part of the individual mind .
Is a dream simply a mental or cerebral movie ?
(E. Gellhorn, "Prolegomena to a theory of the emotions"...)
In_view_of the important role which emotional_disturbances play in the genesis of neurotic and psychotic disorders and the parallelism observed between autonomic states and psychological behavior in several instances , it is further suggested that a hypothalamic imbalance may play an important role in initiating mental changes .
(Joyce O. Hertzler, American Social Institutions;...)
The significant things in it , at the higher religious levels , are the inner emotional , mental , and spiritual occurrences that fill the pressing human needs of self-preservation , self pacification , and self completion .Synonyms mental Related Terms physical psychological psychic intellectual intellectual psychogenic moral
2. mental [ a ] of or relating to the mind
Examples: "mental powers" "mental development" "mental hygiene"
(The Atlanta Constitution...)
His petition charged mental cruelty .Synonyms mental Related Terms mind
3. mental [ a ] (biology) of or relating to the chin- or lip-like structure in insects and certain mollusksSynonyms mental Related Terms biology mentum
4. mental [ a ] of or relating to the chin or median part of the lower jawSynonyms mental genial Related Terms chin mentum
5. mental [ a ] affected by a disorder of the mind
Examples: "a mental patient" "mental illness"
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