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Wilhelm Wundt

Wundt, Wilhelm (1832–1920), German psychologist and philosopher. He thought that research psychologists should combine laboratory work with an examination of their own thoughts and feelings. In 1879 he started a laboratory in which his ideas on experimental psychology were practiced.

See also: Psychology.

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