Donna Dawson, a psychologist and relationship expert, supported Peacock's theory.
“What would make him an addict is if his behavior gets in the way of his day-to-day functioning,” says one psychologist.
In 2010, a Michigan State University psychologist named Spee Kosloff asked supporters of John McCain whether Obama was a Muslim.
I made the decision to have the psychologist take her to Starbucks during the drill.
Hunter the psychologist diagnoses her lover too, saying he was “temporarily insane” for denying the paternity of their daughter.
The psychologist naturally first thinks of external distractions of attention.
The point of view of the psychologist is altogether different.
Spinoza's dictum applies to what William James called the "psychologist's fallacy."
As a psychologist, she would never have used the word “crazy.”
What complicates his problem is the mixture of warrior and psychologist.
psychologist psy·chol·o·gist (sī-kŏl'ə-jĭst)
A person trained and educated to perform psychological research, testing, and therapy.