Chapter 2: Psychology in the Sixteenth Century: A Project in the Making?
The term psychologia first circulated in Ramist tables, and the study of the soul was
ambiguous: it was the first science of Aristotelian natural philosophy, yet it did not seem to
Chapter 1: The Century of Psychology
* This chapter provides an introduction of psychology. Also, this book is subjective, or so it seems to
me. The interpretations of what the history of psychology is or isn't seem to be based solely on his
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Chapter 7 : Psychoanalysis
G. Stanley Hall planned an academic gathering to celebrate the Twentieth Anniversary of Psychology.
Among those attending was Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), it was his first and sole visit to America.
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Chapter 5: Structuralism and Functionalism
The American Psychological Association was created by G. Stanley Hall in 1892; the first meeting was at
the University of Pennsylvania in December of that year.
People of Interest: G. Stanley Hal
Chapter Seven: Anthropologys Place in the Encyclopedias
*Different encyclopedias bring to light culturally distinct situations.
*Encyclopedias are instrumental in establishing epistemic frontiers through their classificatory ta
Chapter 4: Psychology in the Age of Enlightenment
*Emmanuel Kant (1724-1804): Two reasons why empirical psychology was placed in metaphysics;
*One never really knew what metaphysics is, although it was expounded on for so long.
*The doctrine of experience
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Chapter 1- Historiography Asking and Answering Historical Questions
1. To study history is to study the human mind, therefore, psychology puts a large interest in the
history of the field of psychology.
1. What is History?: The br