A History of Psychology
A History of Psychology presents the ideas of significant individuals in psychology and explains the role of cultural context in shaping the ideas that become dominant in a society at a particular time. The book outlines the contributions of well over a hundred thinkers and psychologists including Pythagoras, Lao-tzu, Aristotle, Abraham Maslow, B.F. Skinner, and Herbert Simon.
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Plato 427347 BC
Aristotle 384323 BC
St Thomas Aquinas 122574 and the Medieval View of the Universe
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American American Psychological Association animal approach argued Aristotle association became become behaviour believed called century Chapter child chology cognitive psychology colour concept consciousness considered culture Darwin Descartes described developmental developmental psychology discipline emotion environment Erikson example experience experimental fact Fechner Figure Freud function functional psychology Galton Gestalt psychology Gibson Hebb Herbart Hilgard history of psychology human humanistic psychology ibid ideas important individual influence intelligence interest introspection James Jean Piaget Jung Kohler Lashley latent learning learning logical positivism Maslow mathematical means memory ment mental method mind nature Neisser object observed organism participant Pavlov perception person phenomena Piaget principle problem psychoanalysis psychol regarded relation response result rience scientific sense Skinner social stimulus structure Taoism theory things thinking Thorndike thought tion Titchener Titchener's Tolman uncon unconscious understand University Watson word Wundt