Evolution of Psychology
Origins in 17th Century, major theorists & schools in Europe & U.S. Focusing on Freud, Jung and Erikson, looking at their views of behaviorism, humanism and more.
# 13437 | 3,375 words | 6 sources | 1999 |
Published on Jul 10, 2003 in Psychology (Freud) , Psychology (Jung) , Psychology (Theory) , Psychology (History of Psychology)
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From the Paper:" EVOLUTION OF PSYCHOLOGY
Present view of psychology is that it is a natural science. Society and the scientific community approve of the discipline, however, insecurities remain. Independent scientific psychology was found throughout the nineteenth century. The end of that century brought the founding of a laboratory and the first journal for the new independent scientific psychology. Over the next one hundred years scientific psychology has included a work force that now constitutes one of the largest groups within contemporary scholarship. Doubt still remains though since throughout the accumulation of technical literature with thousands of law-like statements, not one can be counted as a law by the standards of the natural sciences or in the sense of.."
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