Definition of methodologist in English:

methodologist

Pronunciation /-ˈdäləjist/

noun

See methodology

‘In the view of some methodologists, the validity of a measure ought to be gauged by comparing it to measures of the same concept developed through other methods.’
  • ‘I'm no research methodologist, but how in the name of fortune could you frame appropriate questions?’
  • ‘Furthermore, economic methodologists have created an in-house adaptation of terminology and a way of arguing which makes even the well-intentioned philosopher-listener lost.’
  • ‘Instead, it has been empirical phenomenology and grounded theory methodologists, especially, who have led the way in advocating that these methods are legitimate, alternative methods of research in psychology.’
  • ‘He later joined the National Institute of Mental Health, working as a research methodologist in the institute's suicide prevention program.’