Wilhelm Wundt Biography

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Wilhelm Wundt is famous for founding experimental psychology, establishing the first experimental psychology laboratory, and training several generations of important American and European psychologists.

Wundt was born on August 16, 1832, in Neckarau, Germany. He was the youngest of four children born to a Lutheran minister and his wife. As a child, Wundt was very lonely, and spent much of his time as a companion to a retarded boy. Wundt was an indifferent student who daydreamed a lot and earned poor grades. One school he attended suggested that he drop out and become a mailman. He ultimately graduated from high school, but with a poor record. He went to medical school at the University of Tübingen for a year but did not do well. After his father died, Wundt finally realized that he had to change his ways or he would not finish medical school. In an amazing...

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