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experimental psychology

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(Psychology) the scientific study of the individual behaviour of man and other animals, esp of perception, learning, memory, motor skills, and thinking
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Noun1.experimental psychology - the branch of psychology that uses experimental methods to study psychological issues
psychological science, psychology - the science of mental life
psychophysics - the branch of psychology concerned with quantitative relations between physical stimuli and their psychological effects
behaviorism, behavioristic psychology, behaviourism, behaviouristic psychology - an approach to psychology that emphasizes observable measurable behavior
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At last he said, "Pray excuse my apparent irrelevance, my good sir, but I should like to ask you a question in experimental psychology and the association of ideas."
The researchers, who published their findings in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, are now following up their work by examining how sensitivity to emotional cues may be affected by mood disorders, such as anxiety, and how sensitivity to certain emotional cues may change after experiencing trauma.
Oz (Mehmet Cengiz Euz) Turkish American television personality, Arianna Huffington Founder of The Huffington Post and David M Clark, Professor of Experimental Psychology at University of Oxford,UK at a session on the opening day of World Government Summit 2019 in Dubai on Sunday 10 February 2019.
Daniel C Richardson, professor of experimental psychology at UCL, said: "Technology has transformed how we store and access knowledge.
in Experimental Psychology from Yeshiva University.
According to a study in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, having some greenery in your office space can make you both happier and more productive.
Thus, experimental psychology regards itself as 'objective' and value-free.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 12, 333-350.
Professor Charles Spence, head of experimental psychology, said the experiment marked the first effort by scientists to definitively prove which provided the most positive "Our brains have a powerful hold over our tastebuds, and it will be interesting to see the differing effects the multisensory aspects of wine drinking have on our perception of taste," he said.
The National Academy of Sciences gave Beilock the 2017 Troland Research Award, recognizing achievements in experimental psychology from investigators under age 40.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 15(4), 657-668.

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