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why they are famous for

Alfred Adler cognitive, psychrodynamic, humanistic approach. effects of childhood.
John B. Watson conditioned fear into children
Sir Francis Galton half cousin of charles darwin.
Abraham Maslow invented the hierchy
Wilhelm Wundt father of psychology
carl jung influenced by sigmen freod
william james taught at harvard university
Ivan pavlov dog experiments
b. f. skinner operant conditioning, radical behaviourism.
erik erickson 8 stages on crisis
carl rogers understand themselves to change
charles darwin evolutionary
sigmeund freud three types of mind.
john dewey developed pragmatism.
gustav fechner sensations
lawrence kohlberg 6 stages of moral development
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