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activity American analysis analyzed approach aspects basic subject matter behaviorist British empiricism characteristic chology classical conditioning classical school cognitive behaviorism cognitive psychology components concept conscious experience constitute contingency critical depth psychology descriptive developmental dialectical psychology dimension empirical environment existence existential experimental psychology external focus focuses Freud Freudian functionalism functionalistic Gestalt psychology haviorism historical human humanistic psychology implicit individual information-processing input interpretation introspection involves laboratory learning logical behaviorism mental events methodology nature neuronal notion object of study observer operant conditioning organism organism's oriented overt behavior perceptual phenomena phenomenological phi phenomenon philosophical physical stimulus physiological postulated primary problem processes psychoanalysis psychophysical radical behaviorism reflex reinforcement relevant response class response events Riegel Rogers sensation sense sensory served Skinner Skinner box Skinnerian social specific stimulus events structuralism structuralist system of psychology technique theory therapy Titchener unconscious verbal Watson Watsonian behaviorism Wertheimer Wundt