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Pysch Clep

Clep exam for psych

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Who is Wilhelm Wundt? He set up th efirst psych lab in Leipzig Germany
Structuralist believed that consciousness was made up of basic elements that were combined in diff ways to produce diff perceptions. They wanted to discover the form or basic elements of mental experience.
Introspection Reporting one's own concious thoughts and feeling. Its subjective. It could not be used on children and animals. originally liked by Structuralists ended unfavorable
Functionalist believed that consciousness and behavior helped ppl and animals adjust to their environments.
Biological Approach This focuses on understanding physiological n biochemical processes might produce psychological phenomena. behavior explained by neuron, nervous sys. etc
Created by: andrea0618