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The Emergence of Psychology
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accepted American analysis animal approach association associationism associationistic B. F. Skinner basic behavior behaviorist believed Brunswik chology classical conditioning cognitive cognitive psychology complex concepts connectionism consciousness continue contributions criticism determine dimension effect elements emphasis empirical example experience experimental explanation factors field Freud function functional psychology functionalists Gestalt psychology Gestaltists Hull Hull's human ideas important individual interest introspection James James McKeen Cattell Jung kind laboratory language latent learning later laws learning Lewin logical mathematical mental method methodological mind objective observations occur organism paradigm payoff matrix perception person philosophical physical physiological position postulates predictions present principle problem processes psychoanalysis question reinforcement relationship response scientific scientists sensations sensory situation Skinner stimulus structuralism structuralist systematic techniques theoretical theorists theory thinking Thorndike Thorndike's Titchener Titchener's Tolman unconscious University variables verbal verbal behavior Watson Wundt