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Wundt

(German vʊnt)
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(Biography) Wilhelm Max (ˈvɪlhɛlm maks). 1832–1920, German experimental psychologist
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In a subsequent discussion of freedom Wojtyla displays knowledge of the empirical studies of Wilhelm Wundt, Herbert Spencer, and William James.
Under the guidance of Paul Flechsig (1847-1929) and Wilhelm Wundt (1832-1920) he studied neuropathology but also experimental psychology even before it was recognized as an independent discipline of science.
Chapter Four, "Creating the Human," examines the influence of physiological psychology and monistic evolutionary theory on Russian sf approaches to the mind/body duality, beginning with an evaluation of the ideas of physiologist/psychologist Hermann von Helmholz and psychologist Wilhelm Wundt on scientific thought and their influence in Russia.
Perhaps we do need to go further back to the year 1879, to understand how philosopher and psychologist Wilhelm Wundt is credited with the development and founding of experimental psychology, when he developed the first laboratory designed specifically for psychological research.
A peculiar cross between Wilhelm Wundt's "Contributions on the Theory of Sensory Perception" and the Buddha's "Fire Sermon," Wardany's fanciful how-to essay proposes sonic practices to bring agency to matters of individuality, social alienation and cohesion.
If this impression proves correct, we have here the possibility of further understanding the implicit dialogue that pragmatism in general, and Mead in particular, engaged in with the Hegelian and Neo-Kantian strands of thought developing in continental Europe at the turn of the 20th century (especially with the cultural sciences and Geisteswissenschaften traditions in Germany, where Mead spent his doctoral years in the late 1880s and early 1890s, studying with Wilhelm Wundt, and later with Wilhelm Dilthey, among others).
According to Alles Otto has in mind Wilhelm Wundt and his 1900 book Elements of Folk Psychology.
Nevertheless, K.'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.
En la misma epoca que educadores fundaban laboratorios en Argentina, Brasil o Mexico, tambien hubo quienes hicieron lo propio en Chile, y fueron personas provenientes de este pais quizas las unicas que desde este continente mantuvieron contactos directos con Wilhelm Wundt.