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Often called the "father of modern psychology",Wilhelm Wundt painstakingly examined the small pieces of behavior.He was not interested in personality mental disorders.He did study the cognitive elements of:

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    Wundt was interested in measurable stimuli and response pairs...so he specialized in measurement of powers of sensory discrimination.

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