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psychopathologist

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  • noun One who studies psychopathology.

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Examples

  • In endeavoring to aid in the solution of the problem of criminology, the psychopathologist need not seek new methods of procedure but may safely rely upon those which have aided him in elucidating in a very large measure the problem of mental disease.

    Studies in Forensic Psychiatry

  • The psychopathologist had to learn to do more than the so-called "elementalist" who always goes back to the elements and smallest units and then is apt to shirk the responsibility of making an attempt to solve the concrete problems of greater complexity.

    A Psychiatric Milestone Bloomingdale Hospital Centenary, 1821-1921

  • Whatever light has been thrown in recent years upon this most important social problem, criminality, did not issue from a contemplation of the abstract and more or less sterile theses on crime and punishment as reflected in current works on criminal law and procedure, but was the result of research carried on at the hands of the physician, especially the psychopathologist, sociologist, and economist.

    Studies in Forensic Psychiatry

  • For the psychopathologist an enormous interest centers in a group of people whom we may call paranoic.

    The Foundations of Personality

  • He has here presented us with a book which, because of its clearness and its frank meeting of the problems, is of the utmost value to the psychopathologist and the psychiatrist.

    The Journal of Abnormal Psychology

  • This doctor demonstrates that Dostoévsky was a great psychopathologist, and that, with his artistic insight, he anticipated even exact science.

    A Survey of Russian Literature, with Selections

  • (This doctor demonstrates that Dostoévsky was a great psychopathologist ...)

    A Survey of Russian Literature, with Selections

  • Developmental psychopathologist Roel C. J. Hermans and colleagues from the

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • A geneticist and his son who promoted treating children who have autism with a testosterone inhibitor had based their protocol, in part, on the work of Simon Baron-Cohen, a psychopathologist at England's University of Cambridge who has explored the role of the hormone in autism.

    Pharyngula

  • A geneticist and his son who promoted treating children who have autism with a testosterone inhibitor had based their protocol, in part, on the work of Simon Baron-Cohen, a psychopathologist at England's

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