PGS 101, Lec 1 (Intro - History of Psychology)

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Introduction (History of Psychology)
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Evolution of Psychology Definition of Psychology: Who was the first “honorary” psychologist?
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He foreshadowed many topics of interest in psychology, including 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7)
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Precursors to Psychology 1) 2) 3)
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Late 1800’s Germany Wundt: America G. Stanley Hall:
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Competiting Schools of Thought Wundt & Titchner: Hall & James:
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Philosophy Physiology Wundt Structuralism Functionalism Titchner James & Hall Behaviorism Watson Gestalt Psychoanalysis Humanistic Freud Rogers/Maslow Biological Evolutionary Cognitive Revolution Mind/Body
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Transformational Factors 1920 WW II
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Unformatted text preview: • Early 1970s What can you do with a Psychology degree? • Academia: Teach and/or Research • Clinical: Treat disorders • Counseling: Day to day problems • Education: School counselor • I/O: e.g., personnel, marketing • Sports: Mental training • Forensic: e.g., criminal behav, trial consulting Psychology Areas/Courses • History of Psychology • Physiological Psychology • Cognitive Psychology • Developmental Psychology • Personality Psychology • Counseling Psychology • Abnormal Psychology • Social Psychology • Psychometrics • Etc....
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