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Introspection was used by Wundt to identify what?

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Introspection was used by Wundt to identify what?

Introspection

Wilhelm Wundt is a foundational figure in experimental psychology. Wundt utilized introspection as a research method. Introspection is the ability to identify aspects of one's own mental functioning. Introspection is limited to the subjective experience of the person using introspection as a research method. Wundt applied strict experimental controls and specific descriptions of the types of introspection he performed so that others could test his ideas through their own process of introspection.

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Wundt's work was primarily focused on the concept of apperception. Apperception is the human ability to add new perceptual and learning experiences to...

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Wilhelm Wundt's Explanation of Introspection

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