Chapter 5 Quiz
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Chapter 5 Quiz

Course Number: PSYCHOLOGY 230, Spring 2011

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The English physician ____ wrote "due to the extent of the pathology of mind, self-report is hardly to be trusted." Maudsley When Titchener returned to Oxford with his doctorate from Wundt, his colleagues were skeptical of the use of scientific approaches in philosophy. If, as Freud claimed, part of our mental functioning is unconscious, then introspection is Who said psychology was NOT in the business...

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English The physician ____ wrote "due to the extent of the pathology of mind, self-report is hardly to be trusted." Maudsley When Titchener returned to Oxford with his doctorate from Wundt, his colleagues were skeptical of the use of scientific approaches in philosophy. If, as Freud claimed, part of our mental functioning is unconscious, then introspection is Who said psychology was NOT in the business of curing sick minds? Wundt Klpe Titchener James Comte Who was the first female psychologist elected to the National Academy of Sciences? Washburn Titchener's introspection method was most like ____ method Wundt's Brentano's Stumpf's Klpe's Fechner's With Titchener's structuralism as an idea to oppose, psychology The two most important contributions of Titchener's system to modern psychology are his version of introspection and the experimental method. his experimental method and a strong position to protest. the delineation of a single dimension of affect and the identification of three (not two) elements of consciousness. facilitating the transition from a focus on self-report to a focus on the objective observation of behavior and insisting on pure research. the insistence on pure research and the focus on normal individuals as subjects. In terms of describing the method of introspection, Titchener defined it with the precision of an Oxford scholar. had difficulty defining what exactly he meant. used inspection and retrospection. relied on Wundt's definition. used Comte's operational definition. A century before Titchener's work the philosopher ____ wrote that the act of introspection itself altered the conscious experience being studied. Hume Locke Mill Kant Descartes The idea of developing an introspective language was never realized. Because some time elapsed between the experience and the reporting of it, critics charged that introspection was really a form of retrospection. Who defined the subject matter of psychology as being a conscious experience as that experience is dependent on the person who is actually experiencing it? Titchener Titchener's relationship with Wundt and his family was one of closeness. The sum of our experiences accumulated over a lifetime is Titchener's definition of apperception. mind. consciousness. memory. learning. In the Original Source Material from A Textbook of Psychology, Titchener described the difference between independent and dependent experience. Titchener discarded aspects of Wundt's system, including his focus on consciousness. introspection. apperception. elements of consciousness. none of the choices are correct; Titchener retained virtually all of Wundt's system. Titchener spent most of his career at Harvard University. University of London. Oxford University. Cambridge University. Cornell University.

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