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  • noun Plural form of hypergraphic.


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  • And once I got back to Los Angeles I would spend hours roaming the various libraries at USC looking through books for diagrams on optics, handwriting analysis, Indian sign language, hypergraphics, optical illusions, and cartography, not to mention all of the diagrams that did not survive the rather rigorous editing process! 2009

  • Her popular book about her experience, The Midnight Disease, brought scores of other hypergraphics to her office door.

    Psychology Today 2008

  • Although antidepressants have been shown to stanch the flow of words in hypergraphics, the condition is so rare that there are no accepted guidelines for treatment.

    Psychology Today 2008

  • Luckily, most hypergraphics view it as a gift, says Flaherty, who was inundated with hypergraphic patients after publishing a book on the subject in 2004 called

    Psychology Today 2008


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