Chapter 1. Psychology
The birth of psychology is often attributed to Wilhelm Wundt because he pioneered the investigation of mental processes using
Who was the American philosopher-psychologist who authored a textbook in 1890 for the emerging discipline of psychology?
Looking inward and reporting your immediate sensations, images, and feelings is called
Functionalism was a school of psychology that focused attention on the
Adaptive value of conscious thoughts and values
Early psychologists such as Wilhelm Wundt and William James focused on the study of
From the 1920s into the 1960s, American psychologists emphasized the study of
Early behaviorists such as John B. Watson would have considered the introspective study of self-esteem to be
An unscientific Method
Which major force in psychology emphasized unconscious thought processes?
Humanistic psychologists focused attention on the importance of people’s
Potential for healthy growth
Contemporary psychology is best defined as the science of
Behavior and mental process
The personality theorist Sigmund Freud was an Austrian