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experimental psychology

[ik‚sper·ə′ment·əl sī′käl·ə·jē]
(psychology)
The study of psychological phenomena by experimental methods.
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It could be argued, therefore, that experimental psychology individualises social problems by failing to realise that there is a social component to mental illness (Boyle, 2004).
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A: Human Experimental Psychology, 53(1), 211-233.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 24, 481-495.
After obtaining a BSc in Experimental Psychology in 1976, he also gained an MSc in Neurophysiology in 1981 and a PhD from London Guildhall University on 'the gustatory system of cypinoid fish'in 1987.
Our students have gained places in subjects such as medicine, law, veterinary science, experimental psychology, English, music, dentistry, politics, philosophy and economics at universities including Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College London, St Andrew's, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Southampton and many other leading universities.
Holly, who lives with her family in Gosforth, will read experimental psychology at Queens College, Oxford.
In a study, researchers from the nutrition and behaviour unit in the School of Experimental Psychology at the University of Bristol have been exploring ways in which memory and attention influence appetite and food intake.
She graduated from University of Rochester with a BA in psychology, followed by an MA and a PhD from Columbia University in experimental psychology.
In research published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, the trio report that learning improves if conditions are arranged so that students make errors.
Liam is now going to read law at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and Anna is going to study experimental psychology at St Anne's College, Oxford.
A full report of the study appears in the December issue of the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, published by the American Psychological Association.

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