History of William Wundt, the Psychologist
William Wundt, born in Baden, Germany on August 16, 1832, was the son of a Lutheran pastor. He was quite the studious boy, and solitary at that. At the ripe age of 19, he was sent to Tubingen, Heidelburg and Berlin to study medicine. Despite his family's wishes, he was more interested in the science what makes people tick, then a medical career.
Wundt became assistant professor at Heidelburg in 1864 and, three years later, developed a course called physiological psychology. This class studied the area between physiology and psychology. …
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