- a specialist in psychology.
- Philosophy. an adherent to or advocate of psychologism.
- Also psy·chol·o·gis·tic. of or relating to psychologism.
Origin of psychologist
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Examples from the Web for psychologist
Most of us have an unhealthy relationship with anger, writes author and psychologist Andrea Brandt.Can Self-Help Books Really Make a New You?
December 29, 2014
A psychologist from the Syrian town of Latakia recently told me she had counseled 15 women who had been released from detention.Escaping Assad’s Rape Prisons: A Survivor Tells Her Story
October 28, 2014
And the final product of our training must be neither a psychologist nor a brickmason, but a man.College Must Be More Than Just a Classy Trade School
Michael S. Roth
August 30, 2014
Håkon, a Norwegian psychologist friend, said I would need therapy afterwards.Spirit Tripping With Colombian Shamans
August 24, 2014
When Smith was asked how he could diagnose Obama, he admitted he is not a psychologist and was just speculating.Republican Thinks Obama’s Mental Illness Caused Border Crisis
July 11, 2014
"I think I see what you mean," said the psychologist, warily.
"Well, she was quite frank about it with me," the psychologist pursued.
The psychologist was silent, with Rulledge staring indignantly at him.
"You knew Mrs. Ormond, too, I believe," the psychologist pursued.
Too often from the standpoint of the psychologist, the prescription is simply rest.Psychotherapy
Word Origin and History for psychologist
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- A person trained and educated to perform psychological research, testing, and therapy.
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