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structural psychology

n
(Psychology) (formerly) a school of psychology using introspection to analyse experience into basic units
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If the inferences are not testable, the enterprise would be no more than a return to the speculations of late 19th century forms of structural psychology.
Carroll's books include Toward a Structural Psychology of Cinema (Mouton, 1980), Talking Minds (with T.
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