the branch of psychology dealing with the study of emotional and mental activity, as learning, in humans and other animals by means of experimental methods.
the scientific study of the individual behaviour of man and other animals, esp of perception, learning, memory, motor skills, and thinking
experimental psychology n.
[ik-sper-uh-men-tl] /ɪkˌspɛr əˈmɛn tl/ adjective 1. pertaining to, derived from, or founded on : an experimental science. 2. of the nature of an ; tentative: The new program is still in an experimental stage. 3. functioning as an or used for : an experimental airplane. 4. based on or derived from ; empirical: experimental knowledge. […]
noun 1. the presentation of innovative works and the development of new concepts and techniques in stage production.
[ik-sper-uh-men-tey-shuh n, -muh n-] /ɪkˌspɛr ə mɛnˈteɪ ʃən, -mən-/ noun 1. the act, process, practice, or an instance of making . /ɪkˌspɛrɪmɛnˈteɪʃən/ noun 1. the act, process, or practice of experimenting n. 1670s; see experiment + -ation.
- Experiment description language
language (EDL) J.S. Jenkins. [“A Programmable System for Acquisition and Reduction of Respiratory Physiological Data”, J.S. Jenkins et al, Ann Biomed Eng, 17:93-108 1989]. (2007-07-11)