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Gulielmus Wundt

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Gulielmus Wundt (sedens) cum collegis in suo laboratorio psychologico, primo eius generis. Wundt psychologiam instituit ut proprius investigationum scientificarum ramus, a disciplinis philosophia et biologia liber.

Gulielmus Maximilianus Wundt (16 Augusti 1832 – in Germania 31 Augusti 1920) fuit medicus, psychologus, physiologus, philosophus, et professor Germanicus, unus ex conditoribus psychologiae hodiernae nunc habitus; late praeterea habetur "pater psychologiae experimentalis."[1][2][3] Anno 1879, primum laboratorium ad investigandam psychologiam in Universitate Lipsiae rite condidit. Alma mater sua fuit Universitas Ruperto-Carola Heidelbergensis.

Ex eo appellantur asteroides 635 Vundtia et 11040 Wundt atque illusio optica ab eo descripta et illusio Wundtiana nunc nominata.

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  • Carpenter, Shana K. (Augusto 2005). "Some neglected contributions of Wilhelm Wundt to the psychology of memory.". Psychological reports 97 (1): 63–73 
  • Hicks, G. D. 1920. Prof. Wilhelm Wundt. Nature (Londinii) 106:83-85.
  • Smith, R. (Novembri 1982). "Wilhelm Wundt resurrected". British journal for the history of science 15 (51 Pt 3): 285–91 
  • Steinberg, H. (November 2001). "[The psychologist and philosopher Wilhelm Wundt and a dedication by his student Emil Kraepelin]". Der Nervenarzt 72 (11): 884 
  • Ziche, P. (1999). "Neuroscience in its context. Neuroscience and psychology in the work of Wilhelm Wundt.". Physis; rivista internazionale di storia della scienza 36 (2): 407–29