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psychology

noun [no plural]   /saɪˈkɒl·ə·dʒi/
the study of the human mind and feelings psicología He’s studying psychology at college.
(Definition of psychology from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

psychology

noun /saiˈkolədʒi/
the study or science of the human mind psicología She suffers from various psychological problems.
psychological /-ˈlo-/ adjective
of the mind, or of psychology. psicológico
psychologically adverb
psicológicamente
psychologist noun
a person whose work is to study the human mind. psicólogo
(Definition of psychology from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “psychology”
in Korean 심리학…
in Arabic عِلم نَفس…
in Malaysian psikologi…
in French psychologie…
in Russian психология, психика…
in Chinese (Traditional) 心理學…
in Italian psicologia…
in Turkish ruhbilim, psikoloji, (kişi) psikoloji…
in Polish psychologia, psychika…
in Vietnamese tâm lý học…
in Portuguese psicologia…
in Thai จิตวิทยา…
in German die Psychologie…
in Catalan psicologia…
in Japanese 心理学…
in Chinese (Simplified) 心理学…
in Indonesian psikologi…
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