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Reverse psychology: a persuasion technique involving the false advocacy of a belief or behavior contrary to the belief or behavior which is actually being advocated. This technique relies on the psychological phenomenon of reactance, in which a person has a negative emotional response in reaction to being persuaded, and thus chooses the option which is being advocated against.
by You won't do it. September 14, 2009
a technique of convincing a person that they will not succeed in hopes that it will spur them to succeed; a technique employing pessimism in order to effect a positive outcome
the man used reverse psychology to motivate the girl to better her life
by d lokkkk April 11, 2006
Inferring the quality of an ass viewed only from the front. An inexact science.
"It was like she was hiding it, but eventually I got a glimpse of her ass. It was luscious. My reverse psychology was dead on."
by Sensate Mass February 04, 2013
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