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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.
Wilhelm Wundt was nominated three times for the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, the last time he was proposed by Hugo Munsterberg in 1915.
Another psychologist who influenced early assessment was Wilhelm Wundt.
Volkerpsychologie, with its eclectic methods and disciplinary breadth, appealed to polymaths Wilhelm Wundt and Willy Hellpach, the subjects of chapters two and three.
Studies in areas like philosophy and psychology reveal the concepts of prominent representatives Hegel, Wundt, Mach, etc.
Wundt ser su creador en 1879, gracias al primer laboratorio de Psicologia experimental en la Universidad de Leipzig.
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La tradicion historica de la psicologia nos dice que la disciplina como ciencia comenzo con el gabinete fundado por Wilhelm Wundt en 1879 dentro de la Universidad de Leipzig.
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.
I visited another workgroup on history only briefly --one of the topics they were discussing was the discovery of psychological writings by a Brazilian psychologist, published well before the more well known European and American examples of Wilhelm Wundt and William James.
The connection between cultural data and mental processes first inspired Wilhelm Wundt to use ethnology as a source for the complex interpretation of the human mind, along with philology, history, and anthropology (1880-1883: 482-502).