objective psychology

ob·jec·tive psy·chol·o·gy

psychology as studied by observation of the behavior and mental functions in others.
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Added to these are his works on psychological specialties, including An Objective Psychology of Grammar (1936a), Problems in Physiological Psychology (1947), Psychological Linguistics (1977), and Cultural Psychology (1982), as well as an enormous number of articles on a wide range of other topics, among them pathological personality (1919), intelligence tests (1920), anthropology (1923), evolution (1959a), physics (1936b), chemistry (1974), education (1975), cognition (1979), and theology (1980).
(1989): Elemental Forms of Behavior and Gibson's books: The Senses Considered as Perceptual Systems (1966) and An Ecological Approach to Visual Perception (1986)), Language and Thought (following different sources and among them: Ribes's General Psychology (1990) and Theory of Conditioning and Language (1999), and Kantor's An Objective Psychology of Grammar (1968)), A Non-Cognitive Approach to Cognition, Interbehavioral Psychology, and more.
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