It will also document a significant person, event or landmark in the history of psychology every day of the year.
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Wilhelm Wundt is widely reported to have delivered his first lecture at the University of Leipzig, titled 'The Influence of Philosophy on the Experiential Sciences.' However, according to the Department of Psychology at the University of Leipzig, Wundt’s teaching career began in October 1875 with a lecture titled: 'Logik und Methodenlehre mit besonderer Rücksicht auf die Methoden der Naturforschung' (Logic and Methods with Respect to Natural Science Methods).
Regardless of the precise date and title of Wundt's first lecture, his tenure at the University of Leipzig represented a truly landmark moment in the history of psychology.
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Eminent psychologist Clark Leonard Hull's final book 'A Behavior System: An Introduction to Behavior Theory Concerning the Individual Organism' was posthumously published.
Offering a systematic account of his influential hypothetico-deductive theory of behavior, Hull notes in the preface that the aim of the book is 'to state the more important primary principles considered necessary to mediate the deductions of a natural-science theory of behavior.' and 'to show the application of the principles to the deduction of the simpler phenomena characterizing the behavior of single organisms.'
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Stanley Milgram used the term 'debriefing' in a psychological research context for the first time in his reply to Diana Baumrind, who had expressed concern over the welfare of subjects participating in his famous study of obedience.
Published in the journal American Psychologist under the heading Procedures and Benefits, Milgram stated: 'The debriefing and assessment procedures were carried out as a matter of course, and were not stimulated by any observation of special risk in the experimental procedure. In my judgment, at no point were subjects exposed to danger and at no point did they run the risk of injurious effects resulting from participation. If it had been otherwise, the experiment would have been terminated at once.'
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Learn all about the life and work of Carl Jung: Founder of analytical psychology and widely considered as one of the most influential and enigmatic thinkers of the 20th century.
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