Dualism: The Description Of The Human Body

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1. René Descartes (1596-1650)— proposed the philosophy of mind, otherwise known as dualism, in his works, The Passions of the Soul and The Description of the Human Body. Suggested that the body was made up of two parts that work together, the mind and the body. Dualism eventually led the way for cognitive psychology. (Dualism)

2. Wilhelm Wundt (1832-1920)—opened the first laboratory dedicated to the study of psychology, the Institute for Experimental Psychology, in 1879. In addition to this, Wundt founded the psychological school of though called structuralism that utilized methods of introspection to study thoughts, images, and feelings. (Structuralism)

3. William James (1842-1910)— unsatisfied with examining the mind in parts, William
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