Definition of Psychologist

1. Noun. A scientist trained in psychology.




Definition of Psychologist

1. n. One who is versed in, devoted to, psychology.

Definition of Psychologist

1. Noun. An expert in the field of psychology. ¹

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Definition of Psychologist

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychologist

psychological medicine
psychological moment
psychological operation
psychological refractory period
psychological science
psychological state
psychological warfare
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psychologist (current term)
psychologistic
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psychomachia
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psychomachy
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psychomedicine
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Literary usage of Psychologist

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1. Careers for Women by Catherine Filene (1920)
"THE psychologist HELEN T. WOOLLEY, PH.D. Director, Vocation Bureau, ... In this instance the psychologist deals primarily with school children who are for ..."

2. Careers for Women by Catherine Filene (1920)
"THE psychologist HELEN T. WOOLLEY; PH.D. Director, Vocation Bureau, ... In this instance the psychologist deals primarily with school children who are for ..."

3. The Groundwork of Psychology by George Frederick Stout (1903)
"How the psychologist is concerned with Objects. ... An object of cognitive process interests the psychologist only in so far as somebody knows it, ..."

4. The Groundwork of Psychology by George Frederick Stout (1903)
"The psychologist is concerned with sensations, inasmuch as they are ... An object of cognitive process interests the psychologist only in so far as somebody ..."

5. The Groundwork of Psychology by George Frederick Stout (1903)
"How the psychologist is concerned with Objects. — The psychologist is concerned with sensations, inasmuch as they are psychical states. ..."

6. A Survey of English Literature 1780-1880 by Oliver Elton (1920)
"Vein of gentleness and simplicity; the dream-faculty, and strain of melancholy ; the ' subtle-souled psychologist.' III. Early verse. ..."

7. State and County Educational Reorganization: The Revised Constitution and by Ellwood Patterson Cubberley (1914)
"Clinical child-psychologist. — Any school-district may, and all cities of the first-class must, after July 1, 1916, employ a clinical child-psychologist for ..."

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