Definition of Applied psychology
1. Noun. Any of several branches of psychology that seek to apply psychological principles to practical problems of education or industry or marketing etc..
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Literary usage of Applied psychology
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1. Psychology, General and Applied by Hugo Münsterberg (1914)
"PART I. PRINCIPLES OF applied psychology CHAPTER XXVII THE AIM OF PRACTICAL PSYCHOLOGY The Present Situation of Practical Psychology. ..."
2. Psychology Applied to the Art of Teaching by Joseph Baldwin (1895)
"Pure and applied psychology.—We may restate in brief these distinctions : Pure Psychology deals with a self whose native energies are fully active; ..."
3. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1922)
"Even these figures, however, do not give an adequate idea of the great interest in applied psychology in England at the present time. ..."
4. General Psychology by Walter Samuel Hunter (1919)
"CHAPTER II INDIVIDUAL AND applied psychology I. INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY Introduction.—One of the most striking characteristics of human nature is the fact of ..."
5. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1901)
"Viewed in this light, social psychology is of the nature of what might be called applied psychology, using the word applied in a different sense from its ..."
6. The Learning Process by Stephen Sheldon Colvin (1911)
"CHAPTER XIII THE ASSOCIATION METHOD IN applied psychology THE so-called association method in applied psychology, especially as it has been conducted by ..."