Wilhelm Wundt

(1832—1920) German psychologist

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(1832–1920). German philosopher, physiologist, and psychologist who held chairs of philosophy at Zurich and Leipzig.

He is sometimes taken to be the founder of experimental psychology; his psychological theories, though hotly debated, had considerable influence on contemporary linguistics.


Subjects: Psychology.

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