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Experimental psychology

Experimental psychology

a subdiscipline within the science of psychology that is concerned with the study of conditioning, learning, perception, motivation, emotion, language, and thinking, also used in relation to subject-matter areas in which experimental, in contrast to correlational or socio-experiential, methods are emphasized.

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