psychological warfare

Synonyms and related words:
A-war, H-war, abnormal psychology, academic psychology, aerial warfare, amphibious warfare, analytical psychology, animal psychology, applied psychology, armed neutrality, association psychology, atom war, atomic war, bacteriological warfare, biological warfare, browbeating, bulldozing, bullying, bushfighting, chemical warfare, child psychology, clinical psychology, cognitive psychology, cold war, comparative psychology, constitutional psychology, conventional war, cowing, criminal psychology, defensive warfare, demoralization, depth psychology, developmental psychology, differential psychology, dynamic psychology, ecological psychology, economic warfare, educational psychology, existential psychology, experimental psychology, faculty psychology, folk psychology, frightening, functional psychology, gas warfare, genetic psychology, germ warfare, group psychology, guerrilla warfare, hectoring, hormic psychology, inactive war, industrial psychology, intimidation, irregular warfare, jungle warfare, land warfare, mechanized warfare, mental philosophy, missile warfare, mobile warfare, morbid psychology, motorized warfare, naval warfare, neuropsychology, offensive warfare, parapsychology, phenomenological psychology, phony war, physiological psychology, popular psychology, position warfare, psychobiochemistry, psychobiology, psychodiagnostics, psychodynamics, psychogenetics, psychogeriatrics, psycholinguistics, psychological medicine, psychology, psychometrics, psychonomics, psychonomy, psychopathology, psychophysics, psychophysiology, psychosomatics, psychotechnics, psychotechnology, psychotherapeutics, push-button warfare, race psychology, rational psychology, reactology, reflexology, self psychology, siege warfare, social psychology, structural psychology, submarine warfare, technological warfare, trench warfare, underground warfare, virus warfare, war of attrition, war of movement, war of nerves, war of position

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  • Psychological warfare — Warfare Military history Eras Prehistoric Ancient Medieval Gunpowder Industrial …   Wikipedia

  • psychological warfare — n. the use of propaganda or other psychological means to influence or confuse the thinking, undermine the morale, etc. of an enemy or opponent …   English World dictionary

  • psychological warfare — noun uncount attempts to make an opponent feel less confident …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • psychological warfare — ► NOUN ▪ actions intended to reduce an opponent s morale …   English terms dictionary

  • psychological warfare — the use of propaganda, threats, and other psychological techniques to mislead, intimidate, demoralize, or otherwise influence the thinking or behavior of an opponent. [1935 40] * * * Use of propaganda against an enemy, supported by whatever… …   Universalium

  • psychological warfare — noun the use of psychological tactics to destroy the opponents morale • Syn: ↑war of nerves • Hypernyms: ↑war, ↑warfare * * * psychological warfare : things that are done to make someone (such as an enemy or opponent) become less confident or to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Psychological Warfare — Dieser Artikel oder Abschnitt bedarf einer Überarbeitung. Näheres ist auf der Diskussionsseite angegeben. Hilf mit, ihn zu verbessern, und entferne anschließend diese Markierung. Der Ausdruck Psychologische Kriegsführung bezeichnet im… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • psychological warfare — N UNCOUNT Psychological warfare consists of attempts to make your enemy lose confidence, give up hope, or feel afraid, so that you can win …   English dictionary

  • psychological warfare —    the dissemination of lies and half truths    From 1939 until the end of the Second World War, the phrase also included truthful broadcasting from Britain to Germany and to countries occupied by Germany:     ... the Foreign Office s Information …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • psychological warfare — noun The use of various techniques to demoralize or intimidate someone …   Wiktionary


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