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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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How do you spell psychology? Is it pyschology ?

A common misspelling of psychology is pyschology

Example sentences of the word psychology


1. Noun, singular or mass
Not only that, but psychology has found this instinct to be reinforced by children.

Quotes containing the word psychology


1. I came up with the term 'mindfreak' because I didn't like the word 'magician.' I felt like I wanted to coin a term that would be basically the reaction to my art. It would be a mindfreak and so that's why I came up with that. But, many people say I'm really a student of humanity and psychology.
- Criss Angel

2. This calls for a very special blend of psychology and extreme violence.
- Ben Elton, Bachelor Boys: The Young Ones Book

3. I only read biographies, metaphysics and psychology. I can dream up my own fiction.
- Mae West

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