Hindi translation of 'psychology'
psychology /saɪˈkɒlədʒi साइˈकॉलजी/
1. uncountable noun
Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and the reasons for people's behaviour.
a psychology professor/lecturer/department/degree
psychological /ˌsaɪkəˈlɒdʒɪkəl ˌसाइकअˈलॉजिकल्/ adjective
a psychological profile/insight/evaluation/disorder
SET PHRASESpsychological and physical
psychologistWord forms: psychologists countable noun
She trained as a psychologist.
consult/employ/contact a psychologist
a psychologist studies/assesses/analyses something
a psychologist interviews/evaluates/counsels someone
a clinical/forensic/educational psychologist
2. uncountable noun
The psychology of a person is the kind of mind that they have, which makes them think or behave in the way that they do.
...the psychology of teachers.
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Example Sentences Including 'psychology'
Not a bad place to keep them if you think of the psychology of policemen.Coffin on the Water
He and his wife nurtured their only child with rational faith in contemporary psychology.The Innocents at Home (A Superintendent Kenworthy novel)
He'd chosen his victims meticulously, plodding through reams of published papers in the journals of experimental psychology.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
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'psychology' in Other Languages
- Arabic: عِلْمُ النَّفْس
- Brazilian Portuguese: psicologia
- Chinese: 心理学
- Croatian: psihologija
- Czech: psychologie
- Danish: psykologi
- Dutch: psychologie
- European Spanish: psicología
- Finnish: psykologia
- French: psychologie
- German: Psychologie
- Greek: ψυχολογία
- Italian: psicologia
- Japanese: 心理学
- Korean: 심리학
- Norwegian: psykologi
- Polish: psychologia
- Portuguese: psicologia
- Romanian: psihologie psihologii
- Russian: психология
- Spanish: psicología
- Swedish: psykologi
- Thai: จิตวิทยา
- Turkish: psikoloji
- Ukrainian: психологія
- Vietnamese: tâm lý học
Translation of psychology from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary