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The Beginnings of Psychology
The preSocratic philosophers
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analysis animal spirits argued Aristotle asserted associated associationism associationistic Avicenna believed body brain called child chology cognitive color concept concerned conditioned reflexes consciousness contributions Descartes described detail discussion early Ebbinghaus elements emotions example experience experimental fact faculties Fechner feelings Freud function Galen Gestalt psychology given Helmholtz Herbart history of psychology human ideas important individual influence inhibition innate instinctive intellectual interest introspection James James Mill John Stuart Mill kind known Kohler laboratory later laws learning Leibniz Leipzig matter memory mental mind modern movement muscles nerve nervous system nineteenth century notion objects organs original particular Pavlov perception personality philosophy physiological physiological psychology Plato Principles problem processes psychic psychoanalysis psychophysics question responses result retina sensations sense sensory sexual showed soul stimulus stressed superego theory thought tion Titchener topics unconscious various visual Watson Weber's Law word writings wrote Wundt WUrzburg
The Evolution of Institutional Economics: Agency, Structure, and Darwinism ...
Geoffrey Martin Hodgson
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Psychologism: The Sociology of Philosophical Knowledge
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