psychology

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

a)thinking, perception, and consciousness
b)hearing, vision, and touch.
c)imagination and creativity.
d)repression and regression

my mind is runing on a) or b)

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asked by Deanie
  1. B!"Wundt and his associates studied the perception of a variety of visual, tactile and auditiory stimuli"

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    posted by rennee
  2. I agree with B.

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