A term originated in the French language meaning clear seeing; this was the supposed extrasensory power of an individual, that is, the power to see or feel objects or events that could be perceived by the senses or measured objectively.
Charles Bell in England and Francois Magendie in France discovered and described various fibers in the spinal cord. They put forward a surprising hypothesis that nerves conduct electric impulses only in one direction.
George Müller never wrote a serious book in psychology. Nevertheless, his role in the history of psychology is illustrative. Like Wundt, he was a psychologist of a new breed, an experimental researcher
Brentano divided the acts into three categories. The first is associated with sensing and imaging. The second is associated with judging, such as accepting or recalling. And the third is associated with:
Dictionaries define eclectic as something incorporating, embracing individual elements from a variety of sources, systems, or styles. Do you think that the early experimental psychology was eclectic? Describe your view