a study of human conduct in which the investigator imagines himself or herself engaged in that conduct.
noun 1. magic predicated on the belief that one thing or event can affect another at a distance as a consequence of a sympathetic connection between them. sympathetic magic noun 1. a type of magic in which it is sought to produce a large-scale effect, often at a distance, by performing some small-scale ceremony resembling […]
- Sympathetic nerve
sympathetic nerve n. One of the nerves of the sympathetic nervous system.
- Sympathetic nervous system
sympathetic nervous system n. The part of the autonomic nervous system originating in the thoracic and lumbar regions of the spinal cord that in general inhibits or opposes the physiological effects of the parasympathetic nervous system, as in tending to reduce digestive secretions or speed up the heart. sympathetic nervous system (sĭm’pə-thět’ĭk) The part of […]
noun, Ophthalmology. 1. inflammation of one eye due to injury or disease of the other eye. sympathetic ophthalmia n. A swelling of the uvea in an uninjured eye caused by a wound of the uvea of the other eye. It may eventually lead to bilateral blindness.