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/sīˈkäləjē/,
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psychologies, plural;
  1. The scientific study of the human mind and its functions, esp. those affecting behavior in a given context

  2. The mental characteristics or attitude of a person or group
    • - the psychology of Americans in the 1920s
  3. The mental and emotional factors governing a situation or activity
    • - the psychology of interpersonal relationships

  1. the science of mental life
  2. (psychologist) a scientist trained in psychology
  3. Psychology is the science and artEvans AN; Rooney BJ (2008). (p. 6). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.Plante TG (2005). (p. 7). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.Hilgard ER; Kelly EL; Luckey B; Sanford RN; Shaffer LF; Shakow D (1947). Classics in the History of Psychology. York University. ...
  4. Psychology (2005) is the first album by Discover America on Tooth & Nail Records. It was engineered, produced, and fully recorded by Chris Staples.
  5. Psychology is a 1920 short story by Katherine Mansfield. It was first published in Bliss and Other Stories.
  6. Psychologies magazine is a monthly women's magazine dedicated to personal development and wellbeing.
  7. The study of the human mind; The study of human behavior; The study of animal behavior; The mental characteristics of a particular individual
  8. (Psychological) Relating to the mind and the processes of the mind.
  9. (Psychological) During sexual selection, telling the female anything she doesn’t want to hear, regardless of how true it is, immediately spoils a male’s chances. ...
  10. (Psychological) One of the four components of the game. Relates directly to all the mental aspects of the game.
  11. (Psychological) The emotions you may experience if you learn that you have a greater chance of having or passing on a serious disease can cause you to feel anxious or depressed. This may also affect your relationship with your partner or other family members. ...
  12. (Psychological) The science surrounding mental processes, both normal and abnormal, and their effects upon behaviour (Thomas, 2005).
  13. (Psychological) e.g. shouting, swearing, frightening, blaming, ridiculing, constantly criticizing, ignoring or humiliating a person. A common theme is a perpetrator who identifies something that matters to an older person and then uses it to coerce an older person into a particular action;
  14. (psychological) related to thoughts, feelings, and personal experiences
  15. (psychologically) people need private space. This applies in public as well as behind closed doors and drawn curtains. ...
  16. (Psychologist) A professional specializing in counselling, including adjustment to disability. Psychologists use tests to identify personality and cognitive functioning. This information is shared with team members to assure consistency in approaches. ...
  17. (psychologist) a specialist in the study of the structure and function of the brain and related behaviors or mental processes.
  18. (Psychologist) Psychologists have skills in the assessment and treatment of mental illness and psychological problems. ...
  19. (psychologist) a licensed mental health professional (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) who specializes in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of mental disorders. ...
  20. (Psychologist) someone who studies the mind and human behavior. A psychologist will treat patients with mental illness, but cannot prescribe drugs.
  21. (Psychologist) A professional, not a medical doctor, with advanced training in the study of mental processes and human behavior. ...
  22. A psychologist is a social scientist who studies psychology, the study of the human mind, thought and human behavior. ...
  23. (psychologist) Definition: Professionals who are concerned using psychological findings to help people live healthy and productive lives and resolve mental health problems.
  24. (Psychologist) Psychology is concerned with the study of feelings, behaviour (including the physiological and biological bases of behaviour), motives and thinking. A Psychologist therefore applies this knowledge to help people solve personal problems or help a group. ...
  25. ((School) Psychologist) A service provided by SISS to assist with the identification and servicing of students with disabilities. The traditional role of a psychologist in a school is diagnostic. ...