Wilhelm Wundt

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Wilhelm Wundt
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Born (1832-08-16)August 16, 1832
Neckarau (belongs to Mannheim, Germany today)
Died August 31, 1920(1920-08-31) (aged 88) Großbothen near Leipzig, Germany[1]
Residence Germany
Nationality German
Alma mater University of Heidelberg
Known for Psychology, Structuralism
Scientific career
Fields Psychology, Physiology
Institutions University of Leipzig
Doctoral students Edward B. Titchener, G. Stanley Hall, Oswald Kulpe, Hugo Munsterberg, Vladimir Bekhterev, James McKeen Cattell, Lightner Witmer[2]

Wilhelm Maximilian Wundt (August 16 1832August 31 1920) was a German medical doctor, psychologist, physiologist, and professor. Together with William James, he is regarded as the father of psychology.[3] In 1879, Wundt founded the one of first formal laboratory for psychological research at the University of Leipzig, and the first journal for psychological research in 1881.

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