approaches ; origins

EARLY PHILOSOPHICAL ROOTZ
DFG
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- descartes
dfg
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suggested what are separate?
mind and body
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which is known as?
cartesian dualism
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since been challenged but first suggested hat?
mind could be studied on its own
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- john locke
dfg
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what did he propose?
empiricism
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which is the idea that all experience can be obtained?
through senses
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and human beings inherit?
nothing
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this forms the basis of which approach?
behaviourist
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also he made up which thing which is also the title of an episode of lost 1x03?
tabula rasa
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- charles darwin
dfgfd
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central to his evolutionary theory is notion behaviour has changed why/
so individuals more adaptive
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this assumption is deeply rooted in which approach?
biological
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WUNDT AND INTROSPECTION
DFG
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- wundt's lab
dfg
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where?
leipzig
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when?
1879
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his objective as to document and describe?
nature of human consciousness
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what was introspection?
wundt and coworkers recording conscious thoughts
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with aim of doing what ith them?
breaking down to constituent parts
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isolating consciousness structure like this is known as?
structuralism
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- controlled methods
dfg
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all recorded under what conts?
strictly ctrlld
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using the same what every time?
stimulus
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of a ?
ticking metronome
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same whats issues to all pps?
standardised instructions
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and this alloed procedures to be?
replicated
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increasing the?
reliability
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thus hi ork was significant in that it marked?
separation of modern psych from philosophical rootz
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EMERGENCE OF PSYCH AS A SCIENCE
DFG
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