What did Wilhelm Wundt mean by introspection?


What did Wilhelm Wundt mean by introspection?

Wilhelm Wundt

Wilhelm Wundt founded the Institute for Experimental Psychology at the University of Leipzig in 1879 establishing psychology as an independent field of study separate from the other sciences. It is because of this that he is widely considered to be the father of psychology.

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According to Wilhelm Wundt, introspection is the act of self-examination. In other words, introspection is the conscious evaluation of an...

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