The Following Is My Summary of the Ten Early Perspectives of Psychology
In psychology there are ten early perspectives. These perspectives are structuralism, functionalism, Gestalt psychology, behaviorism, psychodynamic, humanistic, physiological, evolutionary, cognitive, and cultural and diversity. The different perspectives in early psychology have had a tremendous influence on modern psychology, and the way it has progressed. Each perspective has its own unique way of explaining the human behavior. The following is my summary of the ten early perspectives of psychology.
Structuralism, as defined by our textbook, is "the earliest approach in modern psychology, founded by Wilhelm Wundt; its goal was to evaluate the basic elements of a cognizant experience." Davis and Palladino (Page 25 Para. 1) . Wilhelm's student, whose name was Edward Tichener, brought Wundt's ideas of structuralism and psychology to the United States. "Tichener's research depended upon a method called introspection, in which participants gave verbal reports of their conscious experiences." Davis and Palladino (Page 25 Para. 2 ) This method was soon replaced by other approaches only to be later rediscovered and investigated.
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