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Class 2 2017 Sep 11 Slide 1 History Psychology 101-002 How much of the readings (both parts) did you get through? A. None B. Less than half C. Most of it D. All, but quickly E. All, thoroughly
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Class 2 2017 Sep 11 Slide 2 History Psychology 101-002 Learning Objectives: History Know key people and movements in the development of 20 th century psychology Contemporary Describe current areas of study Focus on terms and concepts in bold in the readings
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Class 2 2017 Sep 11 Slide 3 History History Wilhelm Wundt (1832 1920 ), first “psychologist” German physician, physiologist, philosopher, and professor Used introspection for structure of mind (similar to Siddh ā rtha Gautama, 400 BCE)
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Class 2 2017 Sep 11 Slide 4 History History William James (1842 1910), first American psychologist Philosopher, physician Looked for adaptive function of mind (inspired by Darwin) First psychology course!
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Class 2 2017 Sep 11 Slide 5 History History Sigmund Freud (1856 1939) Austrian neurologist, physician Introduced psychoanalysis Less scientist, more theorist Explored the unconscious, repression, dreams Coined ego, id, super-ego
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