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Psychology (from Greek: ψυχή psykhē "breath, spirit, soul"; and -λογία, -logia "study of"[1]) is an academic and applied discipline involving the scientific study of human mental functions and behavior. Occasionally, in addition or opposition to employing the scientific method, it also relies on symbolic interpretation and critical analysis, although these traditions have tended to be less pronounced than in other social sciences, such as sociology. Psychologists study phenomena such as perception, cognition, emotion, personality, behavior, and interpersonal relationships. Some, especially depth psychologists, also study the unconscious mind.

Articles related to psychology (excluding psychologists – see list of psychologists) include:

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A-not-B error - Abnormal psychology - Abreaction - Absexual - Abuse - Acceptance and commitment therapy - Acrophobia - Acting out - Action research - Active intellect - Active learning - Activity theory - Actor-observer bias - Adaptation - Adaptive behavior - Adjustment disorder - Adolescence - Adolescent psychology - Advanced Placement Psychology - Affect (psychology) - Affect display - Affectional bond - Affectional orientation - Affective forecasting - Affective science - Affirming the consequent - Afterburn (psychotherapy) - Age regression - Ageing - Aggression - Agoraphobia - Agraphia  - AIDS dementia complex - Akinesia - Alexithymia - Algophobia - Allophilia - Alogia - Alter ego - Altered state of consciousness - Altruism - Alzheimer's disease - Ambivalence - American Psychological Association - The American Psychologist - Amnesia - Anal retentive - Anal stage - Analytical psychology - Anamnesis (philosophy) - Anchoring - Anger - Anhedonia - Anima and animus - Animal hoarding - Anomic aphasiaAnomie - Anorexia nervosa - Anorgasmia - Anterograde amnesia - Anticathexis - Anticipation (emotion) - Antidepressant - Antilocution - Antipathy - Antipsychotic - Anti-social behaviour - Anxiety - Anxiety disorder - Anxiogenic - Apathy - Aphanisis - Aphasia - Apoplexy - Apperception - Applied behavior analysis - Applied psychology - Approach-avoidance conflict - Aquaphobia - Archetypal psychology - Archetype - Arousal - Artificial demand - Artisan temperament - Asian psychology - Asperger syndrome - Assertiveness - Association (psychology) - Astraphobia - Attachment theory - Attachment disorder - Attention - Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder - Attention seeking - Attention span - Attitude (psychology) - Attribution (psychology) - Attribution theory - Attributional bias - Atypical depression - Auditory processing disorder - Audience effect - Aura - Australasian Society for Experimental Psychology - Australian Psychological Society - Autassassinophilia - Authoritarian personality - Authority - Autism - Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule - Autism spectrum - Autoassociative memory - Autodidacticism - Automatic behavior - Availability heuristic - Aversion therapy - Aversives - Avoidant personality disorder - Avolition - Awareness

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California Psychological Inventory - California School of Professional Psychology - Canadian Psychological Association - Cannon-Bard theory - Care perspective - Cassandra (metaphor) - Castration anxiety - Catalepsy - Catastrophization - Catatonia - Catatonic schizophrenia - Catharsis - Cathexis - Center for Evolutionary Psychology - Centration - Chaining - Character orientation - Character structure - Charisma - Cheating - Chemical imbalance - Child (archetype) - Child abuse - Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services - Child development - Child directed speech - Child sexual abuse - Childhood disintegrative disorder - Chinese Classification of Mental Disorders - Chronophilia - Chunking (psychology) - Cibophobia - Cinderella complex - Cinderella effect - Circadian rhythm - Circadian rhythm sleep disorder - Circumstantiality - Clanging - Classical Adlerian psychology - Classical Adlerian psychotherapy - Classical conditioning - Claustrophobia - Clinical psychology - Category:Clinical psychology tests - Clique - Closure (psychology) - Codependency - Cognition - Cognitive appraisal - Cognitive behavioral therapy - Cognitive bias - Cognitive development - Cognitive dimensions of notations - Cognitive disorder - Cognitive dissonance - Cognitive distortion - Cognitive elite - Cognitive evaluation theory - Cognitive interventions - Cognitive load - Cognitive map - Cognitive neuropsychology - Cognitive psychology - Cognitive restructuring - Cognitive revolution - Cognitive science - Cognitive shift - Cognitive slippage - Cognitive space - Cognitive specialization - Cognitive style - Cognitive test - Cognitive therapy - Cognitivism (psychology) - Cohort effect - Collective consciousness - Collective identity - Collective intelligence - Collective unconscious - Color agnosia - Color psychology - Combat stress reaction - Communication disorder - Communication sciences - Community mental health service - Community psychology - Comorbidity - Comparative psychology - Compensation (psychology) - Compersion - Complex (psychology) - Complex post-traumatic stress disorder - Compliance (psychology) - Compulsive behavior - Computational theory of mind - Conceptual blending - Concrete operational stage - Concurrent validity - Conditioning, operant - Conduct disorder - Confabulation - Confidence - Confirmation bias - Conformity - Congenital disorder - Conscientiousness - Consciousness - Conservation (psychology) - Contact hypothesis - Content validity - Continuous reinforcement - Control freak - Control theory - Convergent thinking - Conversion disorder - Coordination disorder, developmental - Coping (psychology) - Coping skill - Coprophilia - Cotard delusion - Coulrophobia - Counseling psychology - Countersignaling - Creative problem solving - Creativity - Criminal psychology - Critical period - Critical psychology - Critical thinking - Criticism - Cross-sectional study - Crowd manipulation - Crowd psychology - Cryptomnesia - Cue-dependent forgetting - Cultivation theory - Cultural dimensions - Cultural identity - Cultural psychology - Culture shock - Curiosity - Cyberpsychology - Cyclopean image - Cyclothymia

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Da Costa's syndrome - Daydream - Dead inside (concept) - Death drive - Decay theory - Deception - Decision analysis - Decision theory - Declarative learning - Declarative memory - Defence mechanism - Deindividuation - Deinstitutionalisation - Déjà vu - Delay reduction hypothesis - Delayed sleep phase syndrome - Delirium - Delusion - Delusion and Dream in Jensen's Gradiva - Delusional disorder - Demand (psychoanalysis) - Demand characteristics - Dementia - Dementia praecox - Denial - Dental fear - Dependency need - Dependent personality disorder - Depersonalization - Depersonalization disorder - Depressive Disorder Not Otherwise Specified - Depressive personality disorder - Depressive position - Depressive realism - Depth psychology - Derealization - Dereistic thinking - Dermatillomania - Desensitization (psychology) - Design thinking - Designated patient - Desire (psychoanalysis) - Destrudo - detachment (philosophy) - Detection theory - Deterrence (psychology) - Devaluation - Developmental coordination disorder - Developmental disorder - Developmental lines - Developmental profile - Developmental psychology - Developmental stage theories - Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders - Dialectical behavior therapy - Dialogical self - Diathesis–stress model - Dichotic listening - Differential psychology - Diogenes syndrome - Dipsomania - Disappointment - Discrimination - Discursive psychology - Disinhibited attachment disorder - Disinhibition - Disintegrative disorder - Disorder of written expression - Disorganized schizophrenia - Displacement (psychology) - Dispositionist - Dissocial personality disorder  - Dissociation - Dissociative amnesia - Dissociative disorder - Dissociative fugue - Dissociative identity disorder - Distancing language - Distressed personality type - Distributed cognition - Distrust - Divergent thinking - Doctor of Psychology - Dominance and submission - Door-in-the-face technique - Double bind - Double depression - Dream - Dream dictionary - Dream interpretation - Dream journal - Dream transference - Drive Theory - DSM-5 - Dual-coding theory - Dual diagnosis - Dump job - Dynamicism - Dysarthria - Dyscalculia - Dysfunctional family - Dysgraphia - Dyskinesia - Dyslexia - Dyspareunia - Dysphonia - Dysphoria - Dyssomnia - Dysthymia

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Early childhood education - Early intervention in psychosis - Eating disorder - Echolalia - Echopraxia - Ecological psychology - Ecopsychology - Educational organization - Educational psychology - Edwards Personal Preference Schedule - Ego - Ego ideal - Ego psychology - Ego reduction - Egocentric predicament - Egocentrism - Egodystonic - Ego-dystonic sexual orientation - Egomania - Egosyntonic - Elective mutism - Electra complex - Electroencephalography - EMDR Institute - Emetophobia - Emotion - Emotion and memory - Emotional age - Emotional blackmail - Emotional conflict - Emotional contagion - Emotional dysregulation - Emotional expression - Emotional insecurity - Emotional intelligence - Emotional isolation - Emotional labor - Emotional reasoning - Empathic distress - Empathy - Empathy gap - Emptiness - Empty-chair technique - Encoding (memory) - Encopresis - Encounter group - Endogenous depression - Endogeny - Energy psychology - Engram - Entitlement - Entomophobia - Enuresis - Environmental psychology - Envy - Epiphany (feeling) - Equity theory - Ergophobia - Erikson's stages of psychosocial development - Erotomania - Erotophobia - Erythrophobia - ESFJ - Ethics and evolutionary psychology - Euphoria - European Association for Psychotherapy - Evaluation - Evolutionary developmental psychology - Evolutionary educational psychology - Evolutionary Principle - Evolutionary psychology - Exaggeration - Exclusivism - Executive functions - Exhibitionism - Existential therapy - Exogeny - Exorcism - Experimental group - Experimental method - Experimental neurosis - Experimental psychology - Experimental Psychology Society - Experimenter's bias - Explanation - Explicit memory - Exposure and response prevention - Expressed emotion - Expressive language disorder - External validity - Extraversion and introversion - Eysenck Personality Questionnaire

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Iatrogenic illness - ICD-10 - ICD-9 - Id, ego, and super-ego - Idea - Idealization and devaluation - Ideas bank - Ideas of reference - Ideasthesia - Ideation - Identification (information) - Identity crisis (psychology) - Ideomotor effect - Idiot savant - Idiothetic - Image schema - Imagination - Imitation - Immediate memory - Implementation intention - Impotence - Impregnation fetish - Imprinting (psychology) - Impulse (psychology) - Impulse control disorder - Incentive salience - Incest - Incest taboo - Incompetent to stand trial - Indirect realism - Individual differences psychology - Individual psychology - Individuation - Inductive reasoning - Industrial and organizational psychology - paraphilic infantilism - Infantophilia - Inference - Inferiority complex - Informed consent - INFP - Infradian rhythm - Inheritance of intelligence - Inhibited male orgasm - Inhibited orgasm - Social inhibition - Innate - Innate ideas - Inner child - Innocence - Inquiry - Insanity - Insanity defense - Insight - Insomnia - Instinct - Institute of Transpersonal Psychology - Institutionalization - Instrumental conditioning - Insult - Intellectual disability - Integral psychology - Integral theory - Integrative complexity - Intellectualization - Intelligence (trait) - Intelligence amplification - Intelligence quotient - Intelligence test - Interaction effects - Interference theory - Intergender - Intermittent explosive disorder - Internal capsule - Internal consistency - Internal locus of control - Internalized oppression - International Association of Analytical Psychologists - International Classification of Diseases - International Society for Comparative Psychology - Interpersonal and social rhythm therapy - Interpersonal psychoanalysis - Interpersonal psychotherapy - Interpersonal skills - Inter-rater reliability - Interstimulus interval - Intertwingularity - Intervention (counseling) - Interview - Intimacy - Intimate relationship - Intravenous - Intrinsic motivation - Introjection - Intromission - Introspection - Introversion - Intuition (knowledge) - Involuntary commitment - Involutional melancholia - IQ - Ironic process theory - Irrational anger - Irresistible impulse - Isolation -

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MacDonald triad - Machiavellianism scale - Madonna-whore complex - Magical thinking - Main effect - Major depression - Major depressive disorder - Making excuses - Maladaptive daydreaming - Malignant narcissism - Malingering - Man and His Symbols - Mania - Manic-depressive illness - Manic episode - Manipulation - Marital therapy - Marriage guidance - Martyr complex - Masculinity - Masking (personality) - Maslow's hierarchy of needs - Masochistic personality disorder - Mass hysteria - Maternal deprivation - Mathematical psychology - Mathematics disorder - Maturation and environmentalism - McLean Hospital - Mean World Syndrome - Measure of central tendency - Medical model - Medical psychology - Megalomania - Melancholia - Memory-prediction framework - Memory and aging - Memory augmentation - Memory consolidation - Memory effect - Memory inhibition - Memory suppression - Mental age - Mental block - Mental calculation - Mental confusion - Mental disorder - Mental function - Mental health - Mental health consumer - Mental health disorders - Mental illness - Mental management - Mental model - Mental status - Mental status examination - Mentalism (psychology) - Mentally ill - Mentoring - Mesmerism - Mesomorphic - Messiah complex - Metabolism - Metabolite - Metacognition (thinking about thinking) - Metaknowledge (knowledge about knowledge) - Metapsychology - Microexpression - Mid-life crisis - Middle age - Milgram experiment - Milieu therapy - Mind's eye - Mind-body dualism - Mind-body problem - Mind control - Mind Dynamics - Mind map - Mindfulness (psychology) - Mindset - Minimisation (psychology) - Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory - Mirror stage - Mixed anxiety-depressive disorder - Mixed state (psychiatry) - MMPI-2 - Mnemonics - Mnemonic link system - Mnemonist - Mob psychology - Model (abstract) - Model of hierarchical complexity - Conceptual model - Modelling (psychology) - Monomania - Mood (psychology) - Mood disorder - Mood swing - Moral psychology - Moral reasoning - Moral treatment - Morbid jealousy - Moron (psychology) - Mortido - Motion illusion - Motivation - Motor coordination - Motor skills disorder - Mozart Effect - Movement context in handwriting - Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies - Multi-infarct dementia - Multilevel model - Multilevel models Multisensory integration - Multimodal Therapy - Multimodal therapy - Multiple-complex Developmental Disorder - Multiple personality disorder - Human multitasking - Multnomah Community Ability Scale - Münchausen syndrome - Münchausen syndrome by proxy - Music psychology - Mutism - Myers-Briggs Type Indicator - Mysophilia - Mysophobia - Mythomania

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Pain and pleasure - Pain disorder - Pair by association - Pairwise comparison - Palilalia - Panic attack - Panic disorder - Papert's principle - Paradoxical intention - Parallel play - Paranoia - Paranoid-schizoid position - Paranoid disorder - Paranoid personality disorder - Paranoid schizophrenia - Paraphilia - Paraphrenia - Parapsychology - Paraskevidekatriaphobia - Parasuicide - Parenting (Myers-Briggs) - Paresthesia - Parosmia - Passion (emotion) - Passive–aggressive behavior - Password psychology - Pastoral counseling - Pathogenic theory of schizophrenia - Pathognomy - Pathological gambling - Pathological lying - Patience - PDD not otherwise specified - Pedophile - Pedophilia - Penis envy - People skills - Perception - Perceptual psychology - Perfectionism (psychology) - Performance anxiety - Performance psychology - Persecution complex - Persecutory delusions - Person centered planning - Person-centered therapy - Personal boundaries - Personal commitment - Personal construct psychology - Personal construct theory - Personality alteration - Personality Assessment Inventory - Personality disorder - Personality psychology - Personality tests - Personality trait - Perspective (cognitive) - Persuasion - Pervasive developmental disorders - Phagophobia - Phallic stage - Phantom rings - Phenomenology (psychology) - Phenotype - Phenotypic trait - Philippine psychology - Philomath - Philosophy of mind - Philosophy of psychology - Phobia - Phonological disorder - Phonology - Photopic vision - Phrenology - Physiological psychology - Piaget's theory of cognitive development - Pick's disease - Picture thinking - Pillow talk - Pituitary gland - Piquerism - Placebo effect - Planning - Plateau phase - Platykurtic - Play therapy - Pleasure principle (psychology) - Poker psychology - Polarization (psychology) - Political psychology - Popular psychology - Positive Mental Attitude - Positive psychology - Positive reinforcement - Post-cognitivist psychology - Post-purchase rationalization - Post-traumatic embitterment disorder - Post-traumatic stress disorder - Postcognitivism - Postvention - Potential development level - Poverty of speech - Power (sociology) - Power Law of Practice - Practical equine psychology - Prairie madness - Praise - Pre- and perinatal psychology - Preconscious - Prediction - Predictive validity - Prejudice - Premature ejaculation - Premenstrual dysphoric disorder - Preoperational stage - Prescriptions regarding gender roles - Presenile dementia - Primacy effect - Primal therapy - The Principles of Psychology - Privileged communication - Proactive inhibition - Proactivity Proactive interference - Probability of error - Probands - Problem-based learning - Problem finding - Problem shaping - Problem solving - Process Oriented Psychology - Process Psychology - Procrastination - Prodrome - Professional practice of behavior analysis - Program evaluation - Programmed learning - Psychiatrist - Psychological projection - Psychological trauma - Projective identification - Projective test - Pronoia (psychology) - Pronoun reversal - Properception - Propinquity - Proposition - Propositional attitude - Prosopagnosia - Prospect theory  - Prospection - Protoself - Proxemics - Prudence - Pseudocertainty effect - Pseudologia - Psychiatric hospital - Psychopathy - Punitive psychiatry in the Soviet Union - Psyche (psychology) - Psychedelic - Psychic driving - Psychoacoustics - Psychoactive - Psychoactive drug - Psychoanalysis - Psychoanalyst - Psychoanalytic feminism - Psychoanalytic theory - Psychoanalytic film theory - Psychobiography - Psychodrama - Psychodynamic theory - Psychodynamic therapy - Psychodynamics - Psychogenesis - Psychogenic amnesia - Psychogenic pain - Psychogenic polydipsia - Psychogram - Psychohistory - Psycholinguist - Psycholinguistics - Psychological abuse - Psychological adaptation - Psychological assessment - Psychological dependency - Psychological identity - Psychological manipulation - Psychological pain - Psychological repression - Psychological research methods - Research methods - Psychological resilience - Psychological Review - Psychological statistics - Psychological testing - Psychological tests - Psychological types - Psychology of combat - Psychology of learning - Psychology of Monogamy - Psychology of previous investment - Psychology of programming - Psychology of religion - Psychology of reasoning - Psychology Today - Psychology, Philosophy and Physiology - Psychometrics - Psychomotor agitation - Psychomotor retardation - Psychonomics - Psychoneuroimmunology - Psychoorganic syndrome - Psychopathology - Psychopharmacology - Psychophysics - Psychophysiology - Psychosexual stages - Psychosis - Psychosomatic disorders - Psychotherapy - Psychotic depression - Psychotropic medication - PsycINFO - Puer Aeternus - Punishment

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Radical behaviorism - Radical Psychology Network - Radiophobia - Rage (emotion) - Random assignment - Rape trauma syndrome - Rapport - Rashomon effect - Rational-emotive therapy - Rational choice theory - Rational emotive therapy - Rationality - Rationalization (psychology) - Raynaud's disease - Re-evaluation Counseling - Reachback - Reactance (psychology) - Reaction formation - Reactive attachment disorder - Reactivity (psychology) - Reading (activity) - Relational aggression - Relational disorder - Reality distortion field - Reality principle - Reasoning - Reciprocal liking - Reciprocity (social psychology) - Recklessness (psychology) - Recluse - Recollection - Recovery International - Recurring dream - Referent power - Reframing - Regression - Regression analysis - Regulatory Focus Theory - Rehabilitation (neuropsychology) - Rehabilitation counseling - Reinforcement - Reinforcer - Rejection (emotion) - Relational frame theory - Relationship counseling - Relationships (Myers-Briggs) - Religious instinct - Religious trauma syndrome - Reminiscence - Remorse - Renfield's syndrome - Repetition compulsion - Representations - Representativeness heuristic - Repression - Rescorla-Wagner model - Resentment - Residual schizophrenia - Resistance (psychology) - Respondent conditioning - Retroactive inhibition - Retroactive interference - Retrograde amnesia - Retrospective memory - Reuptake - Reverse learning - Reverse psychology - Rhetoric - Righteous indignation - Risky shift - Ritualization - Role-playing - Role reversal - Role theory - Rorschach inkblot test - Rosenthal effect - Rotter Incomplete Sentence Blank - Rousseau Institute -

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Sadistic personality disorder - Sadomasochism - Safety in numbers - Sander illusion - Sapience - Scale (social sciences) - Schadenfreude - Schedules of reinforcement - Schema (psychology) - Schizoaffective disorder - Schizoid personality disorder - Schizophrenia - Schizophrenics Anonymous - Schizophreniform disorder - Schizotypal personality disorder - Scholastic Aptitude Test - School phobia - School refusal - Science and Consciousness Review - Scientific control - Seasonal affective disorder - Secondary gain - Security blanket - Selective abstraction - Selective distortion - Self-actualization - Self-awareness - Self-concept - Self-consciousness - Self-criticism - Self-deception - Self-defeating personality disorder - Self-determination theory - Self-disclosure - Self-efficacy - Self-esteem - Self-esteem functions - Self-help - Self-injury - Self-knowledge - Self-loathing - Self-monitoring - Self-parenting - Self-perception theory - Self-pity - Self-punishment - Self-realization - Self-regulated learning - Self (Jung) - Self (psychology) - Self actualization - Self control - Self efficacy - Self-esteem - Self handicapping - Self propaganda - Self psychology - Self serving bias - Selfishness - Semantic dementia - Semantic dyslexia - Semantic memory - Semantics - Senile dementia - Senile plaques - Sensation (psychology) - Sense of time - Sensitivity (human) - Sensory adaptation - Sensory gating - Sensory memory - Sensory neuroscience - Sensory preconditioning - Sensory threshold - Sentience - Separation anxiety disorder - Serial position effect - Serial sevens - Sex-reassignment surgery - Sexual arousal disorders - Sexual arousal - Sexual aversion disorder - Sexual desire - Sexual deviation - Sexual disorders - Sexual dysfunction - Sexual fetishism - Sexual masochism - Sexual orientation - Sexual response cycle - Sexual sadism - human sexuality - Shadow (psychology) - Shame - Shaping (psychology) - Shell shock - Shock value - Short term memory - Shyness - Sibling - Siege mentality - Sigmund Freud Archives - Silva Method - Similarity (psychology) - Simon effect - Simplicity theory - Simulated consciousness - Simulated pregnancy - Simulation heuristic - Sitophobia - Situational awareness - Six Thinking Hats - Size-weight illusion - Skinner box - Sleep-learning - Sluggish cognitive tempo - Sluggishly progressing schizophrenia - Smart mob - Social anxiety - Social anxiety disorder - Social cognition - Social desirability - Social disruption - Social distance - Social distance scale - Social facilitation - Social group - Social influence - Social inhibition - Social interaction - Social learning theory - Social loafing - Social neuroscience - Social norm - Social proof - Social psychology (psychology) - Social psychology (sociology) - Social rejection - Social rhythm therapy - Social role - Social skills - Social statistics - Social status - Social stigma - Social support - Socialization - Society of Mind theory - Socioeconomic status - Sociometry - Socionics - Sociosexual orientation - Sodomy - Solitary confinement - Soma - Somatization disorder - Somatoform disorder - Somatotherapy - Somatotype and constitutional psychology - Spatial empathy - Spatial memory - Spatial-temporal reasoning - Speaker recognition - Specific phobia - Specific social phobia - Speech act - Speech perception - Speed reading - Spiral dynamics - splitting (psychology) - Spontaneous recovery - Sport psychology - Stage fright - Stage theory - Stages of faith development - Stanford-Binet - State-dependent learning - State-dependent memory - Steppingstone theory - Stereotypes - Stereotypic movement disorder - Stigmatic/eligibilic paraphilia - Stimming - Stimulus generalization - Stir crazy (condition) - Stockholm syndrome - Storage (memory) - Strategic planning - Stream of consciousness (psychology) - Stress (medicine) - Stress management - Stressor - Structural communication - Structural ritualization theory - Structuralism - Structure-agency debate - Structured interview - Study Skills - Subjective reality - Sublimation (psychology) - Subliminal advertising - Subliminal perception - Submission - Substance-related disorder - Substance abuse - Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration - Substance dependence - Substance intoxication - Substance-related disorder - Subvocalization - Suffering - Suicidal ideation - Suicide - Suicide treatment - Suicide watch - Suicidology - Superego - Superficial charm - Superiority complex - Superman complex - Superordinate goals - Surprise (emotion) - Swept-plane display - Sycophancy - Syllogism - Sylvia Plath effect - Symbolic violence - Sympathy - Sympathetic nervous system - Synesthesia - Synectics - Systematic desensitization - Systems psychology - Systems intelligence - Systems thinking

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  1. ^ "Online Etymology Dictionary". etymonline.com.