Wilhelm Wundt

@article{Asthana2015WilhelmW,
  title={Wilhelm Wundt},
  author={Hari Shanker Asthana},
  journal={Psychological Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={60},
  pages={244-248}
}
  • H. Asthana
  • Published 1 June 2015
  • Psychology
  • Psychological Studies
Following the historical explorations by Blumenthal this paper revisits the genius of Wilhelm Wundt. It is observed that Wundt conceived psychology as the study of ‘Geist’ (mind) and ‘consciousnesses’ as the chief property of mind. Consciousness was held as self renewing (Entwicklung). Wundt emphasized on observing the inner private mental processes as a form of scientific data. He treated introspection as a method of observing an experience. Wundt deliberated upon the issues of structuralism… 

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