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The Psychology of the Renaissance
Early Association Psychology
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activity affection animal psychology apperception Aristotle association psychology associationism associationists basic behavior behaviorist Brentano Chapter conation concept concerned connectionism consciousness considered correlate Darwin Descartes direction doctrine dynamic elements emotion evolution experience experimental explain fact factors feeling field Figure forces function functional psychology functionalist genetic Gestalt Gestalt psychology Herbart hormic Hume ideas images individual influence innate instinct intensity interpretation introspective J. S. Mill Kant Kulpe laboratory law of effect learning Leibnitz Locke Lotze McDougall memory mental atoms mental content method mind motor movements nature nerve impulse nervous system notion object observed organismic perception phenomena physical physiological Plato postulates present principle problem psycho qualities reference reflex relation response result sensation sense organs sensory situation soul stimulus Stout stress structuralism structuralist subject-object theory thought processes tion Titchener trends unpleasantness volitional Watson Watsonian Weber's Weber's law Wundt