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"I think I see what you mean," said the psychologist, warily.

The psychologist was silent, with Rulledge staring indignantly at him.

"You knew Mrs. Ormond, too, I believe," the psychologist pursued.

"Well, she was quite frank about it with me," the psychologist pursued.

Too often from the standpoint of the psychologist, the prescription is simply rest.

The central aim of the psychologist must be to explain the mental facts.

But after all the psychologist has no less a right to speak of freedom.

Thus for the psychologist the mental world is a system of mental objects.

A good reporter has got to be a bit of a detective and a good deal of a psychologist.

I'm not a psychologist or a doctor, but I believe I can cure you myself.

WORD ORIGIN

1727; see psychology + -ist.

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nounperson who treats mental
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