a scientist trained in psychology (Freq. 16)
Derivationally related forms: ↑psychology
Hypernyms: ↑scientist
Instance Hyponyms:
Binet, ↑Alfred Binet, ↑Burt, ↑Cyril Burt, ↑Cyril Lodowic Burt, ↑Cattell, ↑James McKeen Cattell, ↑Ray Cattell, ↑R. B. Cattell, ↑Raymond B. Cattell, ↑Raymond Bernard Cattell, ↑Clark, ↑Kenneth Clark, ↑Kenneth Bancroft Clark, ↑Eysenck, ↑Hans Eysenck, ↑H. J. Eysenck, ↑Hans Jurgen Eysenck, ↑Gesell, ↑Arnold Gesell, ↑Arnold Lucius Gesell, ↑Hall, ↑G. Stanley Hall, ↑Granville Stanley Hall, ↑James, ↑William James, ↑Jung, ↑Carl Jung, ↑Carl Gustav Jung, ↑Leary, ↑Tim Leary, ↑Timothy Leary, ↑Timothy Francis Leary, ↑Ogden, ↑C. K. Ogden, ↑Charles Kay Ogden, ↑Piaget, ↑Jean Piaget, ↑Rogers, ↑Carl Rogers, ↑Simon, ↑Herb Simon, ↑Herbert A. Simon, ↑Herbert Alexander Simon, ↑Skinner, ↑Fred Skinner, ↑B. F. Skinner, ↑Burrhus Frederic Skinner, ↑Thorndike, ↑Edward Lee Thorndike, ↑Watson, ↑John Broadus Watson, ↑Yerkes, ↑Robert M. Yerkes, ↑Robert Mearns Yerkes

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