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History of Phychology

  • Frist psycology lab

    Frist psycology lab
    Wilhelm Wundt created the first scientific psycology lab. At the same time psycology was considered no longer a daughter of phylosophy but as a science.
  • New Laboratory

    New Laboratory
    Stanely Hall created a new psycological laboratory in Baltimore, John Hopfings University.
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    Functionalism is a theory of the mind in contemporary philosophy, developed largely as an alternative to both the identity theory of mind and behaviorism. Its core idea is that mental states. It is represented by william james, rowland angell bettewn others
  • APA foundation

    APA foundation
    American Psycology Assossiation was founded by Stanely Hall. It first starded with only 31 members and letaer on increased its number.
  • Phychoanalisis

    Sigmund Freud is the father of phychoanalisis. Freud believed that when we explain our own behaviour to ourselves or others conscious mental activity; we rarely give a true account of our motivation.
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    IQ test

    Alfred Binet created the IQ test in france. It was usesd to separete the really smart students from the ones that were not reaching the expected goals
  • Gestalt

    Max Wertheimer created gesralt, witch consists of images that make the illusion of movement; that the image is moving in other words, steady images move like film
  • John B. Watson

    John B. Watson
    John B watson published "The behaviour of manifesto"
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    Selection of soilders.

    In this decade the U.S. goverment implemented the use of tests and mental exams (military psychology) to determine if they were capable to go to war or if it was better for them to stay at home.
  • Hans Berger

    Hans Berger
    In 1929 Hans Berger discovered electroncefolography wich is a new neurologic and psychiatric diagnosis
  • B.F. Skinner

    B.F. Skinner
    B.F. Skinner wrote "The Behaviour of Organisms" wich had an experimental and theoretical foundation with operant science (conditioning) andexperiment of behaviour
  • Ethical Standars of Phychology

    Ethical Standars of Phychology
    the Ethical standars of phychology was puclished by APA in the early 1950´s
  • Miller

    "The magical number seven plus minus two was written by Miller. It talks about the limited capacity of humans and the limitid duration of theri action.
  • Inkblot Test

    Inkblot Test
    Also known as the Rorcharch test.
    This test is black over white image that makes up several images, the image that you see it is supposed to say something about your personality.
  • FDA Approval

    FDA Approval
    FDA approves irradiation to inhibit sprouting in white potatoes.
  • FDA approval

    FDA approval
    In 1970 "Lithium" a drug to treat depression and bipolar disorderwas approved by the FDA
  • Selfish Gene

    Selfish Gene
    The selfish gene was published in 1976 by Richard Dawkins. It debates aboutevolutionary biology.
  • Stanrdised tests

    Stanrdised tests
    The IQ test became a discrimination to those who did not do well on this test. Offcourse the ones that were above avarage were praside and had an exellent education meanwhile the ones that had a bad outcome had special clases that did not demand anything at all
  • Structuralism

    structuralism is the theory that elements of human culture to be understood in terms of their relationship to a larger, to a system or structure. It was created in Europe in the ealy 1990
  • Jerome Brunner

    Jerome Brunner
    Jerome Brunner published in 1990 the "acts of meaning" It talks about human conserns and in the different contexts in history
  • PET Scan

    PET Scan
    The first PET-CT prototype for clinical evaluation was funded by the NCI and installed at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in 1998. The first commercial system reached the market by 2001, and by 2004, over 400 systems had been installed worldwide.[2]