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Wundt

(vo͝ont), Wilhelm 1832-1920.
German physiologist who founded the first experimental psychology laboratory. His Principles of Physiological Psychology (1873-1874) is considered a classic text.
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He looks at three generations of folk psychologists starting with Moritz Lazurus, then Wilhelm Wundt, and his student Willy Hellpach.
s focus is precise without being narrow: he starts with the origin of empirical/experimental psychology in the studies of perception by Wilhelm Wundt in his psychophysical laboratory of the University of Leipzig in 1879, when "psychology migrated from her ancient homeland among the philosophers into the camp of the scientists" (William J.
45) Wilhelm Wundt, An Introduction to Psychology, trans.
The 44 readings are organized into sections on the philosophical and physiological roots of modern psychology, Wilhelm Wundt and the founding of scientific psychology, origins of scientific psychology in America, structuralism and functionalism, birth of the new applied psychology, psychoanalysis, behaviorism and neobehaviorism, the new profession of psychology, race and gender and the psychology of social change, and cognitive psychology.
In doing so, Frijda integrates definitions of emotion and emotional processes from philosophers such as the Aristotle and Baruch de Spinoza, and psychologists such as William James and Wilhelm Wundt.