Synonyms
Etymology

1. psychology

noun. ['saɪˈkɑːlədʒi'] the science of mental life.

Synonyms

  • animal psychology
  • child psychology
  • psychometrika
  • neuropsychology
  • applied psychology
  • physiological psychology
  • psychological science
  • abnormal psychology
  • psychonomics
  • genetic psychology
  • psychometry
  • developmental psychology
  • cognitive psychology
  • psychophysiology
  • science
  • differential psychology
  • scientific discipline
  • industrial psychology
  • comparative psychology
  • psychopathology
  • psychometrics
  • experimental psychology

Etymology

  • psychologie (French)
  • psychologia (Latin)

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Example sentences of the word abnormal-psychology


1. Noun Phrase
These courses may include abnormal psychology or victimology.

2. Noun Phrase
For example, a student interested in mental illness may take abnormal psychology or a sociology course.

3. Noun Phrase
Classes for undergrads include the study of abnormal psychology.

2. abnormal

adjective. ['æbˈnɔrməl'] not normal; not typical or usual or regular or conforming to a norm.

Synonyms

  • vicarious
  • deviate
  • freakish
  • supernormal
  • atypical
  • aberrant
  • brachydactylic
  • anomalous
  • irregular
  • insane
  • subnormal
  • deviant
  • defective
  • antidromic
  • perverted
  • kinky
  • normality
  • unnatural
  • normalcy

Antonyms

  • sane
  • normal
  • unexchangeable
  • sadist

Etymology

  • ab- (English)
  • normal (English)
  • normalis (Latin)

3. abnormal

adjective. ['æbˈnɔrməl'] much greater than the normal.

Antonyms

  • primary

Etymology

  • ab- (English)
  • normal (English)
  • normalis (Latin)

4. abnormal

adjective. ['æbˈnɔrməl'] departing from the normal in e.g. intelligence and development.

Antonyms

  • masochist

Etymology

  • ab- (English)
  • normal (English)
  • normalis (Latin)
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