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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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Writing after the peak of Volkerpsychologie's reputation and influence, Hellpach ultimately shaped it to be compatible with National Socialism, as he racialized the concept of "Volk"--in striking contrast to Lazarus, Steinthal, and Wundt who had rejected racial definitions--and began to stress the role of great individuals, an obvious concession to Hitlerism.
Wundt W (1880-1883) Logik: Eine Untersuchung der Principien der Erkenntnis und der Methoden wissenschaftlicher Forschung.
325 km / day;Lot 5: Wilhelm Wundt Elementary School, Tour WW I 1, about 31.
There are many people: back from Wundt to Breuer to Freud to Korzybski to Kelly to McAdams.
Revisiting of the works of Wundt (1905/1919) and Vygotsky (1930/1971, 1930/2004, 1931/1987) provide new insights for understanding the essence of creativity.
En efecto, Herbart considero que lo mental podia ser medido, Lotze considero que lo mental podia ser explicado biologicamente y Wundt y Titchener consideraron que lo mental podia ser objeto de estudio experimental, y, en fin, los funcionalistas, al seguir las ideas de Darwin, pensaron que lo mental tenia una funcion adaptativa y que procesos mentales ocurrian aun en los animales no humanos.
He looks at three generations of folk psychologists starting with Moritz Lazurus, then Wilhelm Wundt, and his student Willy Hellpach.
In his twenty-page essay on psychology, for example, Gary Hatfield refers to Lotze, Fechner, Helmholtz, Wundt, Spencer, Darwin, Aristotle, Descartes, Moleschott, Berkeley, Hume, Spinoza, Reid, Condillac, Hartley, Bonnet, Priestley, Herbart, and many more.
We mark the beginning of psychology as a separate discipline at 1879, the year that a German scientist by the name of Wilhelm Wundt opened a scientific laboratory explicitly dedicated to "experimental psychology" (although Wundt himself defined science more broadly than do modern psychologists).
En ello influyeron von der Gabelentz, Wundt (16), y probablemente Franz Boas.
George Mead, teorico do pragmatismo, assim como John Dewey (1939) (tambem Pogrebinschi, 2005), Charles Peirce (1972) e William James (1985), fez uma revisao dos primeiros quatro volumes da Volkerpsychologie (1) de Wundt (veja tambem Araujo, 2010), realizando uma critica as postulacoes deste autor.
According to Alles Otto has in mind Wilhelm Wundt and his 1900 book Elements of Folk Psychology.