Wundt’s Contribution to Psychology | tutor2u
Wilhelm Wundt (1832-1920) is generally considered the father of experimental psychology. After studying medicine, he worked as a physiologist at Heidelberg University and later at Leipzig University. While at Heidelberg, he delivered the first university course on scientific psychology and went on to write the first textbook on psychology, “Principles of Physiological Psychology” (Wundt, 1873-4).
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