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Definition of the adjective Psychobiographical
What does Psychobiographical mean as an attribute of a noun?
- Relating to psychobiography.
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by William Hughes, David Punter, Andrew Smith
Nor is a queer reading dependent upon a psychobiographical reading framework, where the critic looks for evidence of an author's sexuality in a Gothic text ( Fincher 2007).
by Barbara Kerr
Psychobiographical studies examine the lives of single individuals with a focus on childhood experiences and emotional dynamics. Comparative biographical studies examine the lives of eminent individuals looking for traits or experiences they have in common. Although the methods are different, the same individuals are often identified as eminent. In The Price of Greatness, Arnold Ludwig compared the samples in Cradles of Eminence by Victor Goertzel and colleagues to Ludwig's ...
by M. Keith Booker
was a highly contestatory, psychobiographical ...
by Christopher John Murray
directs an arrogance of its own, and one that cries out for the kind of psychobiographical and historical analysis offered by a syncretist like Peter J. Manning.
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