Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Psychology"

The meaning of "Psychology" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does got to view the psychology of team/individual sports mean?
A: It means being able to have a visual representation of how a team functions and works well together or how an individual performs on individual sports.
Q: What does I am marjoring in psychology mean?
A: studying psychology in university
Q: What does produce, proclaim, psychology, painist,profissional mean?
A: Produce means what something or someone makes ,especially in factories .
Psychology is an subject which studies humans developments .
Pianist means a person who plays an piano.
Professional is...
For example doctors.
Q: What does psychology makes about being left-brained or right-brained, the brain is really a very cohesive unit. mean?
A: According to psychology, the left part of the brain is responsible for logic and facts, and the right part of the brain is responsible for creativity and imagination. But in reality, the entire brain works together.

Example sentences using "Psychology"

Q: Please show me example sentences with
1) psychology
2) possibility
3) generation
4) polite
5) indifferent.
A: 1. "There are still many things we don't understand about Psychology."
"Psychology is the study of our mind and its behavior"

2. "There is a high possibility of getting into a car accident if you drink while driving. "

3. "This family heirloom has been passed down for generations"
"This pocket watch has been passed down for generations ever since my great- great- grandfather bought in 1873


4. "Bumping into someone without saying "Excuse me" isn't very polite"

5. "I am indifferent to heavy metal, it's alright."

Synonyms of "Psychology" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between psychology and physics ?
A: Psychology is the study of the mind and behaviour
Physics is the study of matter, motion, energy and forces, and how they behave through space and time.
Q: What is the difference between psychology and phylosophy ?
A: Psychology is the study of the mind and behavior, while Philosophy is the study of reality and existence
Q: What is the difference between psychology and mentality ?
A: Psychology is the study the mind. In that sense, it can refer to the overall thought processes of a person. It's meaning is more abstract and loose.
For example, "I am interested in how people think when they are committing a crime, so my major is Criminal Psychology."

However, a mentality is much more specific. Mentality refers more to a set of beliefs that a person participates in.
For example, "All of these people shouting angrily outside of the bank have a mob mentality!"

Translations of "Psychology"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? psychology
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? psychology
A: The "P" is silent,
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? psychology
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? psychology
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? psychology

Other questions about "Psychology"

Q: "I love studying/ to study psychology. What a fascinating study it is!" Does this sound natural?
What is different between "love to study" and "studying"?
A: the word "to" signals that the action will happen in the future. The "-ing" in studying signals that the action is taking place at the moment.
Q: I major in psychology at university does this sound natural?
A: yes, but in the United States, it would be more natural to say that you major in psychology in college, or just that you major in psychology, since majoring in something implies that you're in college/attend a university.
Q: I have learned the psychology when I was a college student. does this sound natural?
A: Almost right. Try "I learned psychology when I was a college student."
Q: I studied clinical psychology specially at the former university. does this sound natural?
A: Ok, thanks for the update. In that case, I would go with:

Whilst studying at [INSERT NAME] university, I specialised in clinical psychology.

You could go with the less formal:

My speciality at university was clinical psychology.

However, you tend to find that more formal English is preferred when applying to university.

Make sure you're aware of the level formality that is expected. For example: contractions (words like you're, and they're) would not be appropriate, and the overuse of 'I' can also be an issue (though can vary between institutions and areas of study).

Hope this helps.
Q: I am doing psychology. (meaning "studying psychology") does this sound natural?
A: In conversation yes, in written form no.

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