Traducción de psychology en Español:

psychology

(p)sicología, n.

Pronunciación /saɪˈkɑlədʒi//sʌɪˈkɒlədʒi/

nombre

  • 1

    (science)
    (p)sicología femenino
    • How can we benefit from an understanding of cognitive science and evolutionary psychology?
    • Perhaps the other area of psychological science most relevant to camps is behavioral psychology.
    • These researchers draw their inspiration from the discipline of psychology and study behaviour in a quite detailed way.
    • There is a subdiscipline of psychology devoted to the study of individual differences, too.
    • The field of psychology should be articulating a broad vision of human beings not a reductive fragmentary one.
    • I never did become a doctor, eventually studying physiology, psychology and philosophy at Oxford.
    • The next section of the book focuses on clinical applications of psychology in criminal matters.
    • Seligman's learned optimism is grounded primarily in the cognitive model of psychology.
    • He'd learnt in psychology that parental behaviour had a strong impact on the subconscious.
    • He studied Jungian and transpersonal psychology and took a special interest in allergic diseases.
    • In seven schools, students were required to study only psychology and multiculturalism.
    • Qualitative inquiry embeds psychology in rich contexts of history, society, and culture.
    • He was so impressed that he went on to study psychology, neuro-linguistic programming and hypnotism.
    • Hedonic psychology is the study of pleasant and unpleasant experiences.
    • Priming paradigms are heavily used in many areas of cognitive psychology.
    • She is senior editor of health psychology for the journal Social Science and Medicine.
    • Memetics is a scientific theory unifying biology, psychology, and cognitive science.
    • He was going to study psychology and then counseling at some Christian school in Virginia.
    • I would definitely recommend this book to students studying legal psychology as well as criminology.
    • However he is more famous for his subsequent studies on reflexes and for laying the foundations of the field of behavioural psychology.
  • 2

    (mentality)
    psicología femenino
    mentalidad femenino
    • He has interesting insights on the psychology of people drawn to this kind of procedure.
    • The hardest thing about playing Julie was dealing with the psychology of her fractured persona.
    • One of Alistair's main fascinations is human psychology and its role in sustaining an illusion.
    • As with her use of subtext, Griffith is quite modern in her use of setting to shed light on the psychology of her characters.
    • Cannington had stopped writing and was intrigued by the psychology and shift of temperament.
    • In human psychology, paranoid aggression is usually an indicator of nervous insecurity.
    • Carlyle warms to his next theme: exploring the psychology and inner world of his character.
    • Belarussian cinematography tends to focus on heroic and romantic genres, as well as the psychology of characters.
    • That's the difference between having ideas about what people do and really knowing the psychology from the inside.
    • While many movies attempt to imitate the personal psychologies of cops and criminals, Dark Blue hits closer to the mark than most.
    • It comes back to the psychology of investors or people in general - everyone likes to back a winner and steer clear of a loser.
    • This is an extraordinarily complex topic that has its roots in history, the global economy, the failure of diplomacy and the psychologies of the people involved.
    • Nevertheless, an understanding of psychological types opens the way to a better understanding of human psychology in general.
    • The toughest thing was finding a physicality, a psychology, a voice, for the character.
    • Puthenveed has analysed the psychology of most the biblical characters.
    • Plato and the Stoics see Medea in terms of very different accounts of human psychology and the emotions.
    • There are long biographical interludes on the major figures, but no sustained attempt to convey the psychology of the individuals.
    • Appealing to the differing psychologies, motivations, communications preferences and needs of individual daters is fundamental; bringing together like-minded individuals is the key to longevity.
    • The election, he must remind voters, is really about something more than the personalities, and the psychologies, of the two major candidates.
    • Both of us are big sports fans and fascinated by the psychology of the people who rise to the top in sports management.
  • 3

    (tact)
    (p)sicología femenino
    diplomacia femenino