I feel this is mostly a fallacy. Psychographics is good against casual siphoners, sure. If you're someone doing dedicated credit denial (whether by recurring Siphons ad nauseam, or by going the Anarch route), it just means it's something you need to account for when deckbuilding.
I played a crap-ton of this list, which frequently ends the game at 10+ tags, and I don't think I've lost a game to Psychographics once. Either you make them too broke to use it in a meaningful way, or you keep Indexing-pushing it further down so they don't draw it until it's too late. Anarch denial builds are even better off - just Imp that s**t out of their hand and it's over (you may laugh maniacally as a bonus, if you'd like).
So yes, in a vacuum it might be an appealing "punish" option, but in reality it usually won't help you (if you're playing against a decent opponent). I do agree that Ravens often can work as a Midseasons substitute in certain board states, but I would play them in addition, not instead of Midseasons. That way, you have both a proactive and a passive way of getting a boatloat of tags onto the runner, and higher chances of actually drawing into at least one of them.