use psychobiography in a sentence.
BRACE: James David Barber is a very senior professor at Duke University who wrote a very influential book called "Presidential Character," and he employs a methodology typically called psychobiography, in which he examines the biographies of individuals, in this case, presidents, and tries to arrive at a judgment about their future behavior based upon elements of their past.
Nothing about Mugabe's earlier life portended his swift rise, the South African journalist Heidi Holland notes in her "psychobiography" Dinner with Mugabe.
There is a "psychobiography" by Stefan Zweig, The Queen of Scots (London: Cassell and Company, Ltd. "
Neither psychobiography nor any other method can explain that.
In An Emergency in Slow Motion, William Todd Schultz rushes toward Arbus convinced of the viability of psychobiography, of using general research findings in psychology to make sense of individual lives.