Definition of psychotronics in English:

psychotronics

Line breaks: psy¦cho|tron¦ics
Pronunciation: /sʌɪkə(ʊ)ˈtrɒnɪks
 
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noun

[treated as singular]
A particular branch of parapsychology which supposes an energy or force to emanate from living organisms and affect matter.
More example sentences
  • One major difference between Russia and the West appears to be that the Russians are regularly using psychotronics for beneficial purposes, while non-Russian governments steadfastly maintain that psychotronics "doesn't work".
  • However, the Soviets were not conducting research into what the West means by ‘psychic research.’ The term for their general concept of the research was ‘psychotronics.’

Origin

1970s: from psycho-, on the pattern of electronics.

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