Wrote Principles of Physiological Psychology helped to create experimental procedures in psychological research. Wundt was associated with describing the structures that compose the mind. His method was to describe inner thoughts, feelings, and emotions through introspection. Created Internal Perception which involved a well trained observer who would be aware when a slight of interest was introduced.
The “Mother of behavior therapy”. Was known for her theory behavior therapy.Mostly behavior patterns in young children. She worked with the fears and reactions of infants and young children. Jones work reflected an eclectic theoretical outlook and an emphasis on the whole person in his or her development. “Pedagogical Seminary” was created in 1924. It explained the laboratory study of fear which was her first examination that she had on a child.http://www.psych.yorku.ca/femhop/Cover%20Jones.htm
Invented the cumulative recorder which was a mechanical device that recorded every response as an upward movement of horizontally moving line. Skinner introduced Reinforcement which means that behaviors that happen once may often at times be repeated. Behavior that is not reinforced may die out or no longer exist. One of Skinner’s scientific experiments was putting a animals in a box also known as the “Skinner Box”.
Harry used monkey’s to compare children to their parents. The test confirmed that the action of placing infants with adoptive parents was possible right after the birth of the child. He separated infant monkeys from their mothers a few hours after birth and then arranged for the young animals to be “raised up” by two different monkeys. Henry created his first piece of literature called “Love in infant Monkeys”.http://pages.uoregon.edu/adoption/studies/HarlowMLE.htm
He began to question the standard methodologies and procedures of psychology due to the fact that he obtained better results upon simply listening and allowing his patient to determine the rate of treatment. In his book On Becoming a Person he stated that "Unless I had a need todemonstrate my own cleverness and learning, I would do better to rely upon the client for the direction of movement." http://muskingum.edu/~psych/psycweb/history/rogers.htm#Time Line
Chomsky publishes On Nature, Use of Acqusition of Language