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  2. Definition of existential psychology. : a psychology that emphasizes sensory experience as its object of study — compare content psychology, structuralism.

  3. Existential psychology definition, psychology limited to the observation and description of existent data as the content of experience. See more.

  4. ex·is·ten·tial psy·chol·o·gy. a theory of psychology, based on the philosophies of phenomenology and existentialism, which holds that the proper study of psychology is a person's experience of the sequence, spatiality, and organization of his or her existence in the world. Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012.

  5. existential psychology in American English. noun. 1. psychology limited to the observation and description of existent data as the content of experience. 2. the psychological theories or doctrines of existentialism, esp. those dealing with the situation of humankind in a universe seen as purposeless or irrational.

  6. Existential psychology is a branch of psychology that studies how people come to terms with the basic givens of human existence.

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