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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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Tendo como ponto de partida essa situacao, o psicologo frances analisa as propostas de Alexander Bain e Wilhelm Wundt.
Wundt, "From generalized dirac equations to a candidate for dark energy," ISRN High Energy Physics, vol.
In fact, it seems as if the study of aggression has come full circle, returning once more to its physiological roots (recall the influence of Gall's phrenology in Wundt's concept of "instinct," the influence of zoology in James and Cannon's fight-or-flight, and the premise of ethologist Lorenz's "fighting instinct" as humans' evolutionary inheritance and part of our animal nature).
In 1882, Emil began work in the field of psychopharmacology at Wilhelm Wundt's laboratory at Leipzig University.
The commonly used statistical technique of correlation came from his work in heredity and "co-relations." Another psychologist who influenced early assessment was Wilhelm Wundt. Wundt, the man credited with founding the science of psychology, was also interested in measuring psychological constructs.
Wundt's psychological laboratory in Leipzig, because of its novelty, attracted some and created a new discipline in the American academic sector.
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.
Ao contrario do laboratorio de Leipzig, coordenado por Wilhelm Wundt (1832-1920), em Gottingen a nova teoria fenomenologica na experimentacao procurava se distanciar da introspeccao para as explicacoes sobre o funcionamento global da consciencia.