In prisoners the psychogenetic character of the disorder becomes especially apparent.
These are unmistakable signs of the psychogenetic nature of the disorder.
Ernst Haeckel's biogenetic law is expanded in a psychogenetic law.
The formative period naturally covered a very extensive area in the history of mind or psychogenetic development.
The psychogenetic origin of the psychoses of criminals can be established far more clearly in prisoners awaiting trial.
psychogenesis psy·cho·gen·e·sis (sī'kə-jěn'ĭ-sĭs)
The origin and development of psychological processes, personality, or behavior.
Development of a physical disorder or illness resulting from psychic, rather than physiological, factors.