INDEX

Mayer, Ronald. History and Systems of Psychology

The numbers in this index give approximate place in the unit. (435 means: Unit 4, page 35 in Unit 4, which means near the end of the unit since less than 40 pages in any unit). 402 would mean at the beginning of Unit 4, in the first couple pages. Since the material is online, you can easily do a "search" for the concept in the appropriate module.

Numbers prefixed by a "B" refer to page numbers in the classical book "History of Psychology," by Edwin G. Boring, available in the library. Thus, B713 means Boring, page 713.

Acquired characteristics, 611
Active mind, 321f, 404
Adams, Henry, 913
Adaptation, 527, 606, 702, 704, 706
Adler, Alfred, 616, B713, 919
Aesthetics,105
Agassiz, 506, 632, 914
Alchemy, 103, 323, 334, 402, 603
Allen, Frederick, 922
Allport, G., 321, 416, 901, 921
Anaxagoras,104
Anesthesia, B122, B696
Angell, J. R., 706
Animal magnetism (see hypnotism)
Animal psychology (see comparative psych)
Animal spirits, 314, 404, 717
APA
Apperception, 524-5, B702
Apperceptive mass, 407
Applied psychology, 101, 107-8, 132, 201, 316, 631-2
Armenianism, 414, 425, 426f
Apriori, 315, 405, 508
Arm chair philosophy, 422
Army Alpha/Beta, 629
Aquinas, 230
Aristotle, 224f, 313, 334, 424, 701, 911
Art, 101
Associationism, 304f, 353, 424-5, 523-4, 701f, 707,.731, B693
Assumptions, 103, 121
Astrology, 203-5, B117
Attention, B715
Attitude, B715f
Atoms, 215, 334f
Augustine, 228f
Axiology, 104
Babbitt, Irving, 911, 916
Bacon, 114, 205, 305f, 421f
Beers, Clifford, 631
Behavior Modification, 725, 736
Behaviorism, 305, 333, 355, 414, 425, 511, 606, 720f, 741-3
Bell, Charles, 425, 509, 718
Berkeley, 336, 341f, 942
Binet, 101, 625, 627f
Biology, 601
Blake, 941
Boyle, 322-23, 333
Braid, B124f, B127f, B696f
Brentano, 903
Breuer, Joseph, B7109
Brown, Thomas, 353, 424f, 707
Bugental, Jas, 921
Buhler, Charlotte, 921
Butterfly, 102
Calculus, 322
California, U., 631, 734
Calvinism, 315, 711
Cartesian (see Descartes)
Catastrophism, 604
Catharsis, B709
Catholicism, 228f, 302f, 315, 323, 325, 355, 411
Cattell, 618, 626, 720-21.
Cause & Effect, 343-5, 424
Centralism, 120, 129, 401, 705
Change, 313, 527, 603f, 613f
Charcot, B130k, B697f, B709
Chemistry, 332-3, 334, 510, 603-4, 613
Chicago, University of, 628, (630), 637, 704, 705-6, 721-2
Child psychology, 631-2
Cicero, 911, 913
Clark University, 631, 7ii, 706
Classification, 130, 305, 601
Clinical, 131-2, 629, 637
Coan, 105
Cognitive, 736
Cognitive maps, 736
Color theory, 304, 512, 528
Columbia University, 626, 704, 706
Common sense, 421
Comparative psychology, 130, 614f, 629, 701f, 720
Complex Ideas, 332, 344
Comte, August, 709
Conation, 229, 429, 703
Condillac, 355
Conditioning, 425, 511, 719, 734
Congregationalism, 412f
Connectionism, 332, 702, 708, B129
Consciousness, 312, 402f, 406, 428, 606, 702f, 705, 718, B702
Conservation, 205, 214, 510f, B708
Contents, 50
Contiguity, 344-5, 354, 714, 731, 734-2
Cornell University, 705
Corpuscular, 334
Correlation, 628, 631
Creative Force, 923
Cupid, 103
Dallenbach, Karl,.724
Darwin, 104,417, 425, 428, 502, 527, 603, 611f, 637, 702, 704, 711
DaVinci: see Leonardo
Deductive thinking, 127-28, 132, 315f, 602, 733
Democritus, 114, 313
Descartes, 311f, 355, 401, 7021 706, 717f
Descriptive, 130, 504, 631-2, 913, 943
Determinism, 128-129, 136, 415, 425, 511, 743, B694
Developmental psychology, 631
Dewey, 105, 217, 426, 606, 616, 706, 710, 720, 915, 924
Dilthey, Wilheim, 942
Dionysian, 103
Dix, Dorothea, B695
Dreiser, Theodore, 741-2
Dualism, 218, 312, 318, 324, 405
Dynamic, 703, 704
Eastern philosophy, 104
Ebbinghaus, 526f, 707
Education, 505, 632
Edwards, Jonathan, 229,.414f, 704
Effect, Law (see Learning)
Ehrenfels, 944-45
Einstein, 931 -
Electricity, 402f, B117
Elementarism, 334f,. 353f., 402, 509
Elliot, Charles, 915
Elliotson, B119-22
Eminence, 616, 626
Emotion, 523-4, 605
Empiricism, 119, 123, 129, 224, 226, 331f, 354f, 401, 501
Empiricles, 226
Encounter Therapy, 933
Environmentalism, 120, 129
Entelechy, 103
Epicurus, 214, 313, 354, 710, B704
Epistemology, 103, 116
Erasistratus, 226
Erasmus, 302f, 911
Erickson, 616
Ethics, 105
Eugenics, 617, 637
Evolution, 428, 603, 605, 612
Existentialism, 929f
Experimental, 131, 205, 506, 511, 513-14, 519, 522, 606, 631
Experience, 217
Explanation, 324, 406, 428
Factor analysis, 628
Faculty psychology, 306, 321, 421f
Fechner, 333, 519f
Feelings (see Emotion)
Field theory
Force, 324f, 406, 512, 520, B701
Foerster, 915
Free will, 414, 425
French psychology, 316, 351
Freud., 106, 205, 214, 333, 352, 502, 511, 630-31, 7i, 726, B129, B693, B697, B702, B706f
Functional(ism), 122, 130-1, 229, 314, 422, 429, 502, 509, 606, 632, 639, 704, 725, 641,
"g", 628
Galen, 227f, 314
Galileo, 303f, 424, 509, B726
Galton, 616f, 628
Galvani, 403
General factor theory, 628
Genetic, 501
German philosophy, 321f, 326, 404, 411, 428, 503
Gestalt, 106, 224, 325, 502, 510, 701f, 734-5, B720, 944f
Gestalt theory, 933f
Gifted, 617, 627
Gladden, Washington, 612
Goddard, 628, 630, 637
Goethe, 428,. 914, 919
Great awakening, 414
Great man theory
Greeks, 105, 202, 213f
Group factor, 628
Group test, 629
Growth potential, 218A
Guthrie, 708-9, 731f
Hall, G.S., 617, 626, 631, 7ii, 706.
Hamilton, Edith, 202
Harlow, Harry, 733
Hartley, 304, 336, 354
Harvard University, 629
Hayakawa, 934
Hebb, 107
Hegel, 428, 605
Hedonism, B693, B703f
Helmholtz, 104, 214, 225, 425, 502, 507f, 613, B129, B708
Heraclitus, 214, 216, 606
Herbart, 406f, 428, 603-4, B693, B702
Hering, 513
Higher education, 627
Hobbes, 702
Holt, E.B., 735, B718
Hopkins, Mark, 414
Hull, C.L., 425, 706, 708-9, 732-3, B729
Humanism, 121, 217, 425, 426f, 909f
Humanistic psychology, 414, 425, 429, 909f
Humanitarian, 917-18
Hume, 214, 336, 343f, 354, 405
Husserl, 940, 943
Huxley, Thomas, 903
Hypnotism, 204, 210, 218B, B124f, B694.
Hypotheses, 131
Ideas, 344f, 405f
Idealism, 123, 342
Idiographic, 131, 921
Illusions, 931-2
Immortality, 508
Impressions, 344f
Indeterminism
Individual differences, 626
Individualized learning, 625
Inductive thinking, 107, 114, 127-8, 132, 305, 412
Industrial org./Psych, 924
Innate (see Nativism)
Instincts, 423, 511, 704, 726, B717
Intelligence, 625
Interractionism, 313
Introspection, 127, 422, 523, 631, 701, 741
Intuition, 315
Ionian; 213
Issues, 120
James, William 105, 414, 606, 629, 631-2, 703-5, 903, 919
Jennings, 702
Jewish, 315
j.n.d., 406, 519f
John Hopkins University, 721-3
Jung, Carl, 215, B713
Kant, Immanuel, 123, 224, 405f, 501, 508,
Kelly, G.; 953
Kierkegarrd, Soren, 932
Koch
Koffka, K., 948
Kohler, 948
Krutch, Jos., 915
Kuo Z.Y., 726
Lamark, 428, 611, 735
La Mettrie, 355, 718
Ladd, Geo.
Lashley, K., 723-4, 952-3
Laws of learning (Association), 343f, 707-9, 743, B693, B706
Learning (see Behaviorism, Mentalism ,Associationism
LeConte, 632
Leibnitz, 119, 217, 224, 321f, 361, 404, 407, 603, B693, B702, 903
Leonardo, 905, 917, 941
Lewin, Kurt, 424, B692, B723, 945, 951, 945-6
Limen (see Threshhold)
Lippman, Walter, 917
Localization
Locke, John, 119, 224, 321, 331f, 404
Loeb, J., 720
Logic, 105
Logical Positivism (see Positivism)
Luther, Martin, 302f
Malthus, 614
Marx, Karl, 605
Maslow, Abraham, 901
Materialism, 119, 123, 214, 216f, 313f, 316, 336, 353, 401, 425, 511, 520, 710, 914
May, Rollo, 903, 929f
McDougall, 423, 428, 612, 702-3, 723, 735, B692, B702, B717
Measurement, 333f, 508-9, 519, 522, 525, 527-8
Mechanism, 113, 121, 314, 333, 414, 425, 511, 606, 720, 725, 914
Medicine, 228f, 316, 508
Meinong, 945
Menninger, Karl, 630
Mental chemistry, 354, 502, 523
Mentalism, 119, 313, 321, 353
Mesmer(ism), B116f, B126, B694, B696
Middle Ages, 911
Mill, James, 353f, B705
Mill, John Stuart, 354f, 502, B705
Models, 131
Molar/Molecular, 106, 120, B720
Monism, 214, 217, 318
Monads, 324, B702
More, Paul Elmer, 911
Moreno, 933
Morgan's Canon, 615, 702
Motivation, 229, 429, B129, B692
Motion, 313, 315, 604, 701, 709
Movement, 315, 335, 402, 424
Mueller, Johannes, 428, 502, 509, B708
Murray, Henry, B692, B728
Mutation, 605
Nancy school, B130, B697-99
Nativism, 129,323, 405, 422, 501f, 508, 519, 612, 616
Naturalism, 204, 213f, 219, 313, 742
Natural selection, 428, 637
Newton, 512, 733
Nerves, 314, 508-9
Niebuhr, Reinhold
Nietzsche, 114, 903, 932, 941
Nomothetic, 130-2, 631
Norton, Chas E., 915
Nous, 104, 223
Objective reference, 423, 425
Ontology, 116
Ohio State University, 637
Operant behavior, 734
Oriental, 202, 205
Overt behavior
Parallelism, 313, 324, 520
Parsimony, Law of, 702
Participant Observer, 933f
Pascal
Passive mind, 405
Pavlov, 353, 511h, 719, 736
Pennsylvania University, 626
Perception, 106, 424
Pearson, Karl, 617
Peripheralism, 120, 129 401, 722
Perls, Fritz
Personality, 919
Phenomenology, 503, 939f
Phi phenomenon, 7ii, 947
Philosophy, 114, 202
Phrenology, 228, 423, B119
Physics, 528, 603-4, 613
Physiology, 201, 226f, 314, 323, 401
Piaget, 407, 431
Pineal gland, 314
Plat o, 101, 104, 110, 216, 223f, 315, 429, 708, 710
Pneuma, 104, 214
Pope, Alexander, 914
Positivism, 345, 7ii, 709
Powers, 422f, 424
Practical applications, 316, 414, 427, 429,606, 625, 631
Pragmatism, 710
Predeterminism, 129
Presbyterian, 412f, 416
Pressey, S., 924
Primary/Secondary drives, 733
Primary/Secondary laws of association (see Laws)
Primary/Secondary qualities, 304, 336, 352, 404, 409, 509
Primary/Secondary associations, 305, 353, 424, 431
Processes/Structures, 122
Progressive education, 27
Protagoras, 913
Protestantism, 411
Psyche, 102-3
Psychiatry, 630
Psychoanalysis, 210, 502, 511, 725-5, B692, B706f
Psychophysical parallelism
Psychophysical methods, 522, 631, 626
Puritans, 412f
Purpose, 735, B715
Pythagoras, 104, 216
Qualities (see Primary/Secondary)
Quantification (see measurement)
Rank, Otto, 903, 923-4
Rationalism, 312, 413, 426
Redpath, James, 421
Reductionism, 510
Reflexology, 314, 606, 717, 726
Reflex Arc, 706
Reformation, 303f, 413
Reid, Thomas, 422f
Reinforcement
Relativism, 931
Religion, 324, 412f, 916
Renaissance, 301f, 911
Respondent conditioning
Rockefeller, 705
Rogers, Carl, 218A, 416, 903, 921f
Romanes, 702
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 344, 917
Royce, Josiah, 629, 903
Russia, 353
Salpetriere, B130
Sanford, E.C., 631
Sartre, Jean-Paul, 7ii, 932
Schools, 7ii
Science, 114, 136, 202, 205, 305, 313, 325, 402, 411f, 41-1, 424, 506, 510, 601, 913
Scotland, 416, 421f
Sechenov, I.M., 719
Self, 414
Secondary associations, 353
Sensation, 218A, 331f, 403, 424-5, 509, 519f
Skinner, B.F., 414, 631, 708, 733f, 915
Social control, 703, 725
Socrates, 709
Southard, 629f, 923-4
Space, 501
Specific energies, 225, 509, 512
Spearman, 628
Spencer, 606, 613
Spirits, 227, 314, 323k, 334
Spiritualism, 520
Spontaneity, 920
Stanford University, 627
Statistics, 225
Structuralism, 122, 632, 701, 726, 741
Structure/function, 502, 606, 704-5
Successive/Simultaneous, 352,,524
Suggestion, B696, B698
Survival of fittest, 614
Sunday schools., 414
Tabula Rasa, 224, 323, 332f
Technology, 101, 107-8, 313, 725
Teleology, 428, 605
Tender/tough minded, 120, 302f, 325, 414, 425
Terman, 627
Theology, 228f, 426,
Theory, 101, 113, 131,
Third force, 216, 218A, 325-6, 414, 416, 606, 901f
Thorndike, 333, 606, 618, 706-9, B693, B706
Threshold, 406, 521, B702
Thurstone, L.L., 628
Tillich, Paul, 930
Time, 405f, 501, 508, 519, 626
Titchener, 215, 321, 511, 631, 701, 943
Tolman, 724, 734f, B692, B719
Transcendentalism, 415, 742
Transmutation, 205, 603
Transformation, 323, 334f, 355, 402, 510f, 613
Tripartite mind, 429
Two factory theory, 628
Unconsciousness, 428
Union Theological Seminary, 415-6
Unitarians, 415
Unity, 325, 407
Values, 114-15
Variation, 604, 614
Vienna Circle, 709
Vision,.341-2
Vitalism, 119, 425, 4271f, 502, 510-11, 613, B708, 920
Watson, 303, 333, 606, 706, 720f
Wave theory, 335
Weber, 519f
Wechsler, 628
Wertheimer, Max 7ii, 903, 947-8
Wholes, 510
Will, 229, 324, 414, 424-5, 429, 923
Woodworth, B721
World War, 629
Wundt, 123, 507, 511, 522f, 626, 632, 704, 726
Yale University, 7ii, 706, 732, B692, B729
Yerkes, 625, 629f, 637
Zeitgeist
Zen Buddhism, 933
Zola, Emil, 915


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