association test n.
A word association test used diagnostically in psychiatry and psychology in which a word is spoken to an individual who responds with whatever word comes to mind as a result of hearing the first word.
They both signed the “association test,” in 1776, with two hundred and seven others in the town.
Sketches of Successful New Hampshire Men Various
They called upon all men to sign the test of loyalty, frequently known as the “association test.”
History of the United States Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard
Psychology. any of several theories that explain complex psychological phenomena as being built up from the of simple sensations, stimuli and responses, or other behavioral or mental elements considered as primary. Historical Examples This must be called their proton pseudos, if associationism pure and simple is to be accepted. The Place of Science in Modern […]
Psychology. any of several theories that explain complex psychological phenomena as being built up from the of simple sensations, stimuli and responses, or other behavioral or mental elements considered as primary. Historical Examples The associationist reduces the self to an aggregate of conscious states, sensations, feelings, and ideas. Bergson and His Philosophy J. Alexander Gunn […]
- Associative aphasia
associative aphasia associative aphasia as·so·ci·a·tive aphasia (ə-sō’shē-ā’tĭv, -sē-, -shə-tĭv) n. See conduction aphasia.
pertaining to or resulting from association. tending to associate or unite. Mathematics, Logic. (of an operation on a set of elements) giving an equivalent expression when elements are grouped without change of order, as (a + b) + c = a + (b + c). having reference to this property: associative law of multiplication. Contemporary […]