Structuralism and Functionalism
One could say that Titchener is seen as the father of structuralism. Thought he gives great credit to Wundt, he altered Wundts theory extensively resulting in a new theory. Structuralism, in short, is the "system of psychology, which dealt with conscious experience as a dependant on experiencing persons" (Schultz, 2004, p509). This varies greatly from the functionalism approach that's focus is on the mind and how it adapts with its environment.
Structuralism brought forth the focusing on mental attributes and linking them through the process of association. …
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