Definition of psycology
1. psychology [ n ] the science of mental lifeUsed in print:
(Edward Austin Walton, "On Education for the Interior...)
It is only fair to demand that teachers of courses in English , history , psychology and_so_on be as well informed in matters of art , especially interior_design , as are the art_teachers educated in the academic subjects .
(Nathan Rapport, ""I've Been Here before!"...)
And when psychology explains glibly , `` but the subconscious_mind is able to produce it '' it refers to a mental region so vaguely identified that it may embrace the entire universal mind as conceivably as part of the individual mind .
(Frank Oppenheimer, "Science and Fear-- A Discussion...)
Is the future of psychology akin to the rich future of physics at the time of Newton ?Synonyms psychology psychological_science Related Terms science physiological_psychology psychometry functionalism behaviorism experimental_psychology applied_psychology associationism abnormal_psychology social_psychology Gestalt_psychology cognitive_psychology comparative_psychology developmental_psychology differential_psychology tension persona process inhibition strain internalize introjected ambiguous presentational extinguished set introversion extrovert psychological_state normal atomism ambiversion molecular breaking_point delusion anima reinforcing_stimulus law_of_effect exceptional abnormal behavior associationism conditioned abient functionalism adient introversive isolate maladjusted associational attentional extroversive proactive Gestalt_psychology retroactive ambiversive rehearsal double_bind chunking introjection nomothetic idiographic generalisation abience adience clinician experimenter_bias introvert sublimation extroversion molar apperceive project sensitisation adjusted