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The first laboratory opened in Leipzig Germany, dedicated exclusively to the study of psychology was founded by:

Physiologist Wilhelm Wundt established:

How did Wilhelm Wundt study his subjects?

By observing simple, structured, repeatable situations, this scientist studied his subjects.

What is consciousness?

Personal awareness of ongoing mental processes, behaviours, and environmental events can be referred to as:

Wilhelm Wundt was particularly interested in these two areas:

Human consciousness and will are the two main areas that this scientist focused on.

A theory in which will is regarded as the ultimate agency in human behaviour; belief that much of behaviour is motivated and that attention is focused for an explicit purpose is known as:

Voluntarism can be defined as:

Wundt developed a psychological paradigm called:

Voluntarism was developed by:

James Mark Baldwin is known for:

This psychologist is known for establishing the first laboratory of experimental psychology at the University of Toronto. This was the first psychology lab in the British Empire.

______ is defined as a philosophical approach that studies the structure of conscious experience.

How is structuralism defined?