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WLUPS390Elizabeth OldsWinter

PS390 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Wilhelm Wundt, Sigmund Freud, Applied Psychology

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Chapter 1 the study of the history of psychology. The only area that binds the diverse areas of psychology is their history. History puts meaning on wh
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WLUPS390Elizabeth OldsWinter

PS390 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Retina, Absolute Difference, Ophthalmoscopy

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David k. makes a mistake: the importance of the human observer. Worked in the royal observatory in greenwich, england. Maskelyne noticed that kinnebroo
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WLUPS390Elizabeth OldsWinter

PS390 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Normal Distribution, C. Lloyd Morgan, Magnificent Hummingbird

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Jenny functioned like a 2 year old but she was an orangutan. People from europe were in awe she could use a spoon to eat from a plate, drank tea from a
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WLUPS390Elizabeth OldsWinter

PS390 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Hermann Ebbinghaus, Papal Infallibility, Cerebral Cortex

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30 Mar 2015
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Modified a pendulum clock so that it presented both an auditory and a visual stimulus. He called the instrument a gedankenmesser, meaning thought meter
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PS390 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Auguste Comte, Margaret Floy Washburn, Edward B. Titchener

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30 Mar 2015
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Dramatically altered wundt"s system of psychology when he brought it from germany to the us. He offered his own approach which he called structuralism.
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WLUPS390Elizabeth OldsWinter

PS390 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Law Of Three Stages, Psychological Nativism, Auguste Comte

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30 Mar 2015
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The defecating duck and the glory of france. Mechanical duck that is a machine that is full of levers and cogs and springs that cause it to move and im
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