Chapter 4 Quiz - The psychological study of music was...

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The psychological study of music was pioneered by Stumpf Wundtian psychology in Germany was slow to develop because it was not seen as having practical value. The ultimate fate of Wundt's laboratory at Leipzig was that it was destroyed by allied bombing raids in World War II. Wundt's cultural psychology dealt with various stages of human mental development. Wundt's observers used introspection to report
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of Wu ndt's appr oac h to psyc holo gy? Ger man univ ersit ies did not hav e the eco nom ic reso urce s to sup port scie ntifi c psyc holo gy. Wu ndt's appr oac h was over shad owe d by
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In his early work when he was his own experimental subject, the 29-year-old Wilhelm Wundt found that he could pay attention to two things at once. pay attention to three things at once, but not four. not pay attention to two things at once. sustain his attention on one thing for a little less than 12 minutes at a time. pay attention to two things at once, but not three.
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