based most of his research on scientific prisms in determining multiple

Based most of his research on scientific prisms in

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based most of his research on scientific prisms in determining multiple paradigms of the behavior of the mind. On the other hand, Freud depended on such experimental procedures to understand the concept of quantifying human behavior because the mind measures the various elements in terms of degree (Northoff, 2012). Therefore, it meant that Freud depended significantly on these scientific theories in developing the personality of human beings.William James was born on 11 January 1842, also another psychology researcher whose work was significantly borrowed by Freud in the development of his psychology research. James had an unsettling idea about the experimental determination of human psychology; these efforts made him qualify to join the league of the. William James endeavored his research on finding theconcept of volition and human will. These theories were essential in helping Freud further his understanding of the human mind; thus, the growth of the various personalities described most ofhis researches. William James operated freely on the concept of human thought and the mind. According to his theory, it was possible to note human beings have the idea of will. These wills are crucial in developing human wants. It, therefore, means that one makes a decision, it, therefore, reflects their wants. Freud has greatly exploited this theory in the development of his other psychological concepts. William's theories are essential in understanding the concepts of Freud's in his many researchers Mainly, the contribution of James and Fechner in the field of psychology is critical as it furtheredthe understanding of the mind through the empirical measurement and the correlation of the brain states with the sensory experience (Woodward, 2018). In Freud's experimentation, he largely depended on observing the behavior of human beings that helped him determine various elements of personalities in his research. Freud, in his personality theory, had a gap in explainingthe procedure he used in measuring multiple elements of personalities concerning the James and Fechner strived to depart from the relationship between the mind and the brain as they created a theoretical framework and developed questions that brought the idea of metaphysical questions terrain. It is important to note that the contribution of James and Fechner was essential that aimed that forging a new framework to account for the novelty of their experience. Freud took
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passion in underscoring the knowledge of human beings in determining the development of their personalities. According to Freud, Human personalities are subject to their interaction with the
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