psychometry etymology

English word psychometry comes from English -metry (Forming nouns relating to measures and measurement.), English psycho-

Detailed word origin of psychometry

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-metry English (eng) Forming nouns relating to measures and measurement.
psycho- English (eng) Forms terms relating to the soul, the mind, or to psychology.
psychometry English (eng) (psychology) The use of psychological tests to measure intelligence, abilities, attitudes, and personality traits.. The paranormal ability to discover information about an object's past, and especially about its past owners, merely by handling it.

Words with the same origin as psychometry

Descendants of -metry
absorptiometry acidimetry anemometry archeometry bathymetry coulometry ergometry fluviometry heliometry isometry micrometry optometrist optometry phallometry photometry pneumatometry psychrometry scientometrist somatometry spectrometry stichometry telemetric telemetry zoometry
Descendants of psycho-
psychoactive psychoanalyst psychoanalytic psychoanalyze psychobabble psychobiotic psychocutaneous psychodrama psychogalvanometry psychogenic psychogeography psychokinesis psychokinetic psychon psychonic psychopath psychosemantic psychosexual psychosis psychosomatic psychosynthetic psychotherapy psychothriller psychotypological