experimental psychology

NOUN
  1. the branch of psychology that uses experimental methods to study psychological issues
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How To Use experimental psychology In A Sentence

  • Walle Nauta in neuroanatomy, Joseph Brady and Murray Sidman in experimental psychology and John Mason in chemistry. David H. Hubel - Autobiography
  • Behavior modification refers only to that body of procedures and conceptual systems derivable from experimental psychology or experimental learning theory.
  • This departure from the rigid procedures of experimental psychology sets up a radical challenge to the conventional discipline.
  • There are the facilities here, in the experimental psychology faculty.
  • Gray, “Attending to the execution of a complex sensorimotor skill: Expertise differences, choking and slumps,” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 10 2004, 42–54. Choke
  • Rivers played a fundamental role in the establishment of both experimental psychology and social anthropology as academic disciplines in Great Britain.
  • We have described a number of approaches to graphical presentation of data in the context of classical factorial designs that typify published studies in experimental psychology.
  • This departure from the rigid procedures of experimental psychology sets up a radical challenge to the conventional discipline.
  • German physiologist and psychologist who studied sensory response and is considered a founder of experimental psychology.
  • In consequence, the sciences of animal behaviour and experimental psychology were founded by men deeply hostile to anthropomorphic explanations.
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