Definition of psychography in English:

psychography

noun

  • 1Spiritualism. The production of writing, drawing, etc., supposedly by a spiritual or psychical agency, especially through the hand of a medium; writing or drawing produced in this way.

  • 2The description, delineation, or history of the psyche; descriptive psychology.

  • 3Psychology. The systematic examination of an individual's psyche or personality; the making of a psychogram or psychograms. Now rare.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From psycho- + -graphy. Compare French psychographie descriptive psychology, production of writing or drawing supposedly by a spiritual agency, through a medium, psychological description of an individual.

Pronunciation

psychography

/sʌɪˈkɒɡrəfi/