[ hip-nuh-pee-dee-uh ]

Origin of hypnopedia

1930–35; hypno- + Greek paideía “child-rearing, education,” derivative of paîs, stem paid- “child” + -ía; first used and possibly coined by Aldous Huxley in his novel Brave New World (1932); see pedo-1, -ia. See Hypnos

Words Nearby hypnopedia

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How to use hypnopedia in a sentence

  • Emotion and memory being moulded into something else by hypnopedia.

    Turning Point | Alfred Coppel