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saykolohiya : psychology (n.)
[ Etymology: Spanish: psicologa: psychology ]

Derivatives of saykolohiya

n. (cognition)1. psychological science, psychologythe science of mental life.
~ habit, use(psychology) an automatic pattern of behavior in reaction to a specific situation; may be inherited or acquired through frequent repetition.; "owls have nocturnal habits"; "she had a habit twirling the ends of her hair"; "long use had hardened him to it"
~ rehearsal(psychology) a form of practice; repetition of information (silently or aloud) in order to keep it in short-term memory.
~ inhibition, suppression(psychology) the conscious exclusion of unacceptable thoughts or desires.
~ behaviour, behavior(psychology) the aggregate of the responses or reactions or movements made by an organism in any situation.
~ extraversion, extroversion(psychology) an extroverted disposition; concern with what is outside the self.
~ introversion(psychology) an introverted disposition; concern with one's own thoughts and feelings.
~ ambiversion(psychology) a balanced disposition intermediate between extroversion and introversion.
~ image, persona(Jungian psychology) a personal facade that one presents to the world.; "a public image is as fragile as Humpty Dumpty"
~ readiness, set(psychology) being temporarily ready to respond in a particular way.; "the subjects' set led them to solve problems the familiar way and to overlook the simpler solution"; "his instructions deliberately gave them the wrong set"
~ anima(Jungian psychology) the inner self (not the external persona) that is in touch with the unconscious.
~ double bind(psychology) an unresolvable dilemma; situation in which a person receives contradictory messages from a person who is very powerful.
~ cognitive operation, cognitive process, mental process, process, operation(psychology) the performance of some composite cognitive activity; an operation that affects mental contents.; "the process of thinking"; "the cognitive operation of remembering"
~ perceptual constancy, constancy(psychology) the tendency for perceived objects to give rise to very similar perceptual experiences in spite of wide variations in the conditions of observation.
~ chunking, unitisation, unitization(psychology) the configuration of smaller units of information into large coordinated units.
~ introjection(psychology) unconscious internalization of aspects of the world (especially aspects of persons) within the self in such a way that the internalized representation takes over the psychological functions of the external objects.
~ stimulus generalisation, stimulus generalization, generalisation, generalization(psychology) transfer of a response learned to one stimulus to a similar stimulus.
~ reinforcer, reinforcing stimulus, reinforcement(psychology) a stimulus that strengthens or weakens the behavior that produced it.
~ law of effect(psychology) the principle that behaviors are selected by their consequences; behavior having good consequences tends to be repeated whereas behavior that leads to bad consequences is not repeated.
~ science, scientific disciplinea particular branch of scientific knowledge.; "the science of genetics"
~ abnormal psychology, psychopathologythe branch of psychology concerned with abnormal behavior.
~ association theory, associationism(psychology) a theory that association is the basic principle of mental activity.
~ atomism(psychology) a theory that reduces all mental phenomena to simple elements (sensations and feelings) that form complex ideas by association.
~ applied psychology, industrial psychologyany of several branches of psychology that seek to apply psychological principles to practical problems of education or industry or marketing etc..
~ cognitive psychologyan approach to psychology that emphasizes internal mental processes.
~ animal psychology, comparative psychologythe branch of psychology concerned with the behavior of animals.
~ child psychology, developmental psychology, genetic psychologythe branch of psychology that studies the social and mental development of children.
~ differential psychologythe branch of psychology that studies measurable differences between individuals.
~ experimental psychology, psychonomicsthe branch of psychology that uses experimental methods to study psychological issues.
~ functionalisma psychology based on the assumption that all mental process are useful to an organism in adapting to the environment.
~ neuropsychology, physiological psychology, psychophysiologythe branch of psychology that is concerned with the physiological bases of psychological processes.
~ psychometrics, psychometrika, psychometryany branch of psychology concerned with psychological measurements.
~ configurationism, gestalt psychology(psychology) a theory of psychology that emphasizes the importance of configurational properties.
~ social psychologythe branch of psychology that studies persons and their relationships with others and with groups and with society as a whole.
~ experimenter bias(psychology) bias introduced by an experimenter whose expectations about the outcome of the experiment can be subtly communicated to the participants in the experiment.
~ sublimation(psychology) modifying the natural expression of an impulse or instinct (especially a sexual one) to one that is socially acceptable.
~ abience(psychology) an urge to withdraw or avoid a situation or an object.
~ adience(psychology) an urge to accept or approach a situation or an object.
~ cliniciana practitioner (of medicine or psychology) who does clinical work instead of laboratory experiments.
~ extravert, extrovert(psychology) a person concerned more with practical realities than with inner thoughts and feelings.
~ introvert(psychology) a person who tends to shrink from social contacts and to become preoccupied with their own thoughts.
~ sensitisation, sensitization(psychology) the process of becoming highly sensitive to specific events or situations (especially emotional events or situations).
~ mental condition, mental state, psychological condition, psychological state(psychology) a mental condition in which the qualities of a state are relatively constant even though the state itself may be dynamic.; "a manic state"
~ mental strain, nervous strain, strain(psychology) nervousness resulting from mental stress.; "his responsibilities were a constant strain"; "the mental strain of staying alert hour after hour was too much for him"
~ tension, stress, tenseness(psychology) a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense.; "he suffered from fatigue and emotional tension"; "stress is a vasoconstrictor"
~ breaking point(psychology) stress at which a person breaks down or a situation becomes crucial.
~ delusion, psychotic belief(psychology) an erroneous belief that is held in the face of evidence to the contrary.
~ isolateseparate (experiences) from the emotions relating to them.
~ externalise, externalize, projectregard as objective.
~ interiorise, interiorize, internalise, internalizeincorporate within oneself; make subjective or personal.; "internalize a belief"
~ apperceiveperceive in terms of a past experience.
~ adjustedadjusted to demands of daily living; showing emotional stability.
~ maladjustedpoorly adjusted to demands and stresses of daily living.; "a maladjusted child"
~ extinguishedof a conditioned response; caused to die out because of the absence or withdrawal of reinforcement.
~ introjectedincorporated unconsciously into your own psyche.
~ introversive, introvertivedirected inward; marked by interest in yourself or concerned with inner feelings.
~ extraversive, extroversivedirected outward; marked by interest in others or concerned with external reality.
~ ambiversiveintermediate between introversive and extroversive.
~ molarpertaining to large units of behavior.; "such molar problems of personality as the ego functions"
~ molecularrelating to simple or elementary organization.; "proceed by more and more detailed analysis to the molecular facts of perception"
~ normalbeing approximately average or within certain limits in e.g. intelligence and development.; "a perfectly normal child"; "of normal intelligence"; "the most normal person I've ever met"
~ abnormaldeparting from the normal in e.g. intelligence and development.; "they were heartbroken when they learned their child was abnormal"; "an abnormal personality"
~ exceptionaldeviating widely from a norm of physical or mental ability; used especially of children below normal in intelligence.; "special educational provisions for exceptional children"
~ conditioned, learnedestablished by conditioning or learning.; "a conditioned response"
~ ambiguoushaving no intrinsic or objective meaning; not organized in conventional patterns.; "an ambiguous situation with no frame of reference"; "ambiguous inkblots"
~ proactivedescriptive of any event or stimulus or process that has an effect on events or stimuli or processes that occur subsequently.; "proactive inhibition"; "proactive interference"
~ retroactivedescriptive of any event or stimulus or process that has an effect on the effects of events or stimuli or process that occurred previously.
~ idiographicrelating to or involving the study of individuals.
~ nomotheticrelating to or involving the search for abstract universal principles.
~ abientcharacterized by avoidance or withdrawal.
~ adientcharacterized by acceptance or approach.
~ associationalof or relating to associations or associationism.
~ attentionalof or relating to attention.
~ presentationalof or relating to a presentation (especially in psychology or philosophy).; "what Whitehead calls `perception in the presentational immediacy'"