Examples from the Web for psychometric
While the maid went to fetch the key the young lady tried the door and immediately received a psychometric impression.Second Sight|Sepharial
Then there is the psychometric doctor, who cures by spirits.As A Chinaman Saw Us|Anonymous
The mineral is pressed against the forehead, and with closed eyes the person awaits the Psychometric impression.Practical Psychomancy and Crystal Gazing|William Walker Atkinson
Some writers have called 86this class of psychometric phenomena "psychic spying" or "psychic detective work."
Letters frequently prove to be very excellent connecting links in psychometric experiments.
British Dictionary definitions for psychometric (1 of 2)
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Word Origin and History for psychometric
also psycho-metric, 1854, from psychometry (1854), the alleged power of reading the history of an object by handling it, + -ic. In reference to the measurement of the duration of mental states, from 1879, from psycho- + -metric.