Haven't you psychologists some message about a condition like that!
That's a question for the psychologists—or the doctors, maybe.
But after all, it is only fair to leave something for the psychologists to debate about.
"I wish we could co-opt some biologists and psychologists into this," murmured Rakkan.
The psychologists were certainly not to be blamed for sticking to their theoretical interests.
"Will do," and Hilton stepped over to the two psychologists and told them.
"The psychologists forget Æsop's frog story," he said at last.
The Freudian school of psychologists calls this "sublimation."
The physiologists and the psychologists have studied this play of colors.
Psychologists, whether in or out of schools, generally agree in this.