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Some articles on psychology, experimental psychology laboratory:

Gordon Allport
... as one of the founding figures of personality psychology ... Allport had a profound and lasting influence on the field of psychology, even though his work is cited much less often than that of other well-known figures ... His brother Floyd Henry Allport, was professor of social psychology and political psychology at Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs (in Syracuse ...
Perception Management - Psychology
... A newly emerging section of psychology known as positive psychology has to do with controlling one's perception of the world ... Positive psychology says that in order to be most successful a person must perceive the world in a positive light ... This field of psychology is causing a lot of controversy as it is not accepted by traditional psychologists ...
Criticism - Critical Psychology
... Main article Critical psychology Critical psychology is a sub-discipline aimed at evaluating mainstream psychology and attempts to apply psychology in more ... One of critical psychology's main objections to conventional psychology is that it ignores the way power differences between social classes and groups can affect the mental and ... Key elements within critical psychology include the study of power relations, situated knowledge, and the dualisms of the self and the agency, and the individual and the social ...
Timeline Of Psychology - Nineteenth Century - 1890s
... von Ehrenfels published On the Qualities of Form, founding Gestalt Psychology ... William James published Principles of Psychology. 1890 – James Hayden Tufts founded the United States' 9th experimental psychology laboratory at the University of Michigan ...

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