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Chapter 1 exam

psychologist who studied the effect of segregation on children kenneth b. clark
mental process, such as a dream or memory cognitive activity
school of psychology that looks at the basic elements of conscious experience structuralism
contemporary psychological approach that emphasizes study of ethnicity, gender, culture, and socioeconomic status sociocultural perspective
philosopher who stressed the importance of introspection socrates
founded structuralism wilhelm wundt
school of psychology that describes experience as a whole rather than broken down into parts gestalt psychology
action that can be observed or measured behavior
wrote the first modern psychology textbook william james
psychology is defined as the scientific study of behavior and mental processes
the main goals of psychology are to observe, describe, explain, predict and control behavior
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