Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychologise
Literary usage of Psychologise
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1922)
"... the Physiologische Psychologie.1* There could be no better proof, in a matter of detail, of Wundt's intention to psychologise his theory of perception. ..."
2. The Bookman (1911)
"There is no dwelling upon the pathos of the situation, for the old tales are too simple to psychologise and too normal to wallow in unhappiness. ..."
3. Anthology of Russian Literature from the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Leo Wiener (1903)
"... meant that he was a live, responsive man who was interested in life and people, and who loved to " psychologise," that is, to rummage in the human soul. ..."
4. Collected Essays and Reviews by William James (1920)
"Minds of this order, if they can be brought to psychologise at all, abound in such phrases as "tracts" of consciousness, "areas" of emotion, "molecules" of ..."
5. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1897)
"Or, still more fatuous, he will bend an unknown country to the exigencies of a literary method, and attempt to psychologise the inanimate. ..."
6. Lectures on the Experimental Psychology of the Thought-processes by Edward Bradford Titchener (1909)
"as described, it is exceedingly difficult to get them to take up the psychological attitude for themselves, to psychologise; the solid, palpable facts of ..."
7. A Text-book of psychology by Edward Bradford Titchener (1910)
"It is we, the moderns, who study the myths and customs of primitive man, and we have to psychologise these myths and customs from our own modern standpoint. ..."