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*You Gotta Know These Psychologists

His best known works are The Interpretation of Dreams and The Psychopathology of Everyday Life. "free association" Sigmund Freud
"analytic psychology," "collective unconscious" Carl Jung
The Neurotic Constitution, "inferiority complexes" Alfred Adler
conditioned reflex, Nobel Prize in 1904 Ivan Pavlov
first prominent exponent of behaviorism, Behavior: An Introduction to Comparative Psychology John B. Watson
one of the leading proponents of behaviorism in works like Walden II and Beyond Freedom and Dignity B. F. Skinner
He is most famous for his theory of four stages of development: sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operational, and formal operational. His most famous works are The Language and Thought of a Child and The Origins of Intelligence in Children. Jean Piaget
"psychohistories" best known for his theories on how social institutions reflect the universal features of psychosocial development Erik Erikson
Motivation and Personality and Toward a Psychology of Being, that introduced his theory of the "hierarchy of needs" (food, shelter, love, esteem, etc.) and its pinnacle, the need for "self-actualization." Abraham Maslow
Though he did the work that created the idea of "six degrees of separation" and the "lost-letter" technique, he is mainly remembered for his experiments on "obedience to authority" Stanley Milgram
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