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Psychology Terms

Psychology Flash Cards

TermDefinition
Psychology The Science of Behavior and Mental processes
Monism Seeing Mind and Body as Different Aspects of the Same Thing
Dualism Seeing Mind and Body as Two Different Things That Interact
Nature-Nurture Controversy The Extent to Which Behavior Results From Heredity or Experience
Plato and Descartes Believed that Behavior is Inborn (Nature)
Aristotle, Locke, and Skinner Believed that Behavior Results from Experience (Nurture)
School of Structuralism Early psychological perspective that emphasized units of consciousness and identification of elements of thought using introspection
Wilhelm Wundt Founder of Scientific Psychology in Leipzig, Germany; studied consciousness using introspection
G. Stanley Hall Brought introspection to his lab at Johns Hopkins University in the U.S.; First President of the American Psychological Association
Edward Titchener Studied elements of consciousness at his Cornell University Lab
Margaret Floy Washburn First Woman President of the American Psychological Association
School of Functionalism
Created by: lucy_linda57