Definition of Psychological science
1. Noun. The science of mental life.
Examples of category: Habit, Use, Rehearsal, Inhibition, Suppression, Behavior, Behaviour, Extraversion, Extroversion, Introversion, Ambiversion, Image, Persona, Readiness, Set, Anima, Double Bind, Cognitive Operation, Cognitive Process, Mental Process, Operation, Process, Constancy, Perceptual Constancy, Chunking, Unitisation, Unitization, Introjection, Generalisation, Generalization, Stimulus Generalisation, Stimulus Generalization, Reinforcement, Reinforcer, Reinforcing Stimulus, Law Of Effect, Association Theory, Associationism, Atomism, Functionalism, Configurationism, Gestalt Psychology, Experimenter Bias, Sublimation, Abience, Adience, Clinician, Extravert, Extrovert, Introvert, Sensitisation, Sensitization, Mental Condition, Mental State, Psychological Condition, Psychological State, Mental Strain, Nervous Strain, Strain, Stress, Tenseness, Tension, Breaking Point, Delusion, Psychotic Belief, Isolate, Externalise, Externalize, Project, Interiorise, Interiorize, Internalise, Internalize, Apperceive, Adjusted, Maladjusted, Extinguished, Introjected, Introversive, Introvertive, Extraversive, Extroversive, Ambiversive, Molar, Molecular, Normal, Abnormal, Exceptional, Conditioned, Learned, Ambiguous, Proactive, Retroactive, Idiographic, Nomothetic, Abient, Adient, Associational, Attentional, Presentational
Generic synonyms: Science, Scientific Discipline
Specialized synonyms: Abnormal Psychology, Psychopathology, Applied Psychology, Industrial Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Animal Psychology, Comparative Psychology, Child Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Genetic Psychology, Differential Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Psychonomics, Neuropsychology, Physiological Psychology, Psychophysiology, Psychometrics, Psychometrika, Psychometry, Social Psychology
Derivative terms: Psychological, Psychologist
Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychological Science
Literary usage of Psychological science
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1902)
"... to an end of verified knowledge of given or natural objects; and second, that there may be more than one method in psychological science. ..."
2. A Systematic View of the Science of Jurisprudence by Sheldon Amos (1872)
"Tims it is to Physical or to psychological science that the Jurist must recur when he is called upon to enumerate the characteristics of a " person," an ..."
3. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1887)
"As psychological science is ever advancing, never in fact more rapidly than at ... I. The End in psychological science. It is obvious that there may be ..."
4. Christian Ethics: Or, The True Moral Manhood and Life of Duty. A Text-book by Daniel Seely Gregory (1883)
"So far as ethics treats of conscience it is therefore a psychological science; so far as it treats of the right it is not a psychological science. ..."
5. Biological, Social, and Organizational Components of Success for Women in by National Academy of Sciences (U.S., National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine (U.S. (2006)
"psychological science 12:258-261. JS Eccles (1994). Understanding women's educational and occupational choices: Applying the Eccles et al. model of ..."