1. noun form of psychopathology
  1. the scientific study of mental disorders.
    "Wharton's autobiography ranks high in the annals of psychopathology"
  2. features of people's mental health considered collectively.
    "ageism, family discord, and psychopathology all play their part in abuse"
    • mental or behavioural disorder.
      "she showed evidence of genuine psychopathology"
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How to use psychopathologist in a sentence?
ageism, family discord, and psychopathology all play their part in abuse.
Wharton's autobiography ranks high in the annals of psychopathology.
she showed evidence of genuine psychopathology.
How to say psychopathologist in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic أخصائي ةةةةةةة
Bangla মনোথজিস্ট
Bosnian (Latin) psihopatolozi
Bulgarian психопатолог
Cantonese (Traditional) 精神病學家
Catalan el psicpatòleg
Chinese Simplified 精神病学家
Chinese Traditional 精神病學家
Croatian psihoopatolog
Czech psychopatolog
Danish af psychopathologist
Estonian psühhopatoloog
Finnish psykopatologi
French psychopathologiste
German Psychopathist
Greek ψυχοπαθολόγος
Hindi मनोविकृतिविज्ञानी
Hungarian pszichopatológus
Icelandic geðsjúkdómafræðingur
Indonesian ahli psikopatologi
Italian psicopatologo
Japanese 精神病理学者
Korean 정신 병리학자
Latvian psihopatoloģe
Lithuanian psichopatologas
Maltese minn psikopatologu
Polish psychopatolog
Portuguese nosso
Querétaro Otomi psicopatólogo
Romanian psihopatolog
Russian психопатолог
Serbian (Cyrillic) психопатолог
Serbian (Latin) psihopatolog
Slovak psychopatológ
Slovenian psihopatolog
Spanish psicopatólogo
Swedish psykopatolog
Tamil உளவியல் நிபுணர்
Telugu సైకోఆథాలజిస్ట్
Thai พยาธิวิทยา
Turkish psipatolog
Ukrainian психопатиг
Urdu پسیچوپیٹہولوگا
Welsh seicopolegydd
Yucatec Maya psicopatólogo
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