[ US /kəˈtɛɫ/ ]
- American psychologist and editor (1860-1944)
- American psychologist (born in England) who developed a broad theory of human behavior based on multivariate research (1905-1998)
How To Use Cattell In A Sentence
- The aim of this article was to present personality analysis method and its application theory of Cattell and Eysenck, who were the representatives in trait theory of personality.
- Every man shall have liberty to replevy his Cattell or goods impounded, distrained, seised, or extended, unless it be upon execution after Judgement, and in payment of fines. The Massachusetts Body of Liberties
- The exhibit also features artifacts from late 19th century psychology laboratories, including the Hipp chronoscope and the Cattell voice key, as well as early tools for measuring visual and auditory perception and memory.
- _] About this season, the people in all places were pitifullie plaged with burning feuers, which brought manie to their end: a murren also came to their cattell, whereof a woonderfull number died. Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6) England (1 of 12) William the Conqueror
- In this 31. yeare of king Henries reigne, great death and murren of cattell began in this land so vniuersallie in all places, that no towne nor village escaped frée: [Sidenote: _Wil. Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (3 of 12) Henrie I.