Psychological-moment


noun
1.
the proper or critical time for achieving a desired result:
She found the right psychological moment to make her request.
psychological moment
noun
1.
the most appropriate time for producing a desired effect: he proposed to her at the psychological moment

psychological moment n.
The time at which the mental state of a person is most likely to produce a desired response.

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