Contemporary psychology experiments

adaptations for laboratory by J. Jung

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Responsibility: John Jung, Joan H. Bailey. And still others were not designed to be true psychological experiments, but ended up as beacons to the psychological community in proving or disproving theories.

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Cognitive psychology is a pure science, based mainly on laboratory experiments. behavior can be largely explained in terms of how the mind operates, i.e., the information processing approach.

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William James arranged for him to direct Harvard’s newly created psychology lab. Briefly returned to Germany but came back to the USA after encountering anti-semitism and in-fighting there. Inwrote his first major book File Size: KB.