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The Story of Psychology
 
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The podcast series concludes with a look back and some speculation about what the future holds.
 
The intellectual landscape of psychology has shifted from logical positivism to postmodernism, but both still matter.
 
A brief video tour of the Glore Psychiatric Museum in St. Joseph, MO.
 
The Glore Psychiatric Museum in St. Joseph, MO is a must-see for students of the history of psychology.
 
The strange story of Einstein's brain in the years since his death.
 
The Cognitive Tradition continues to develop with the work of Chomsky, Piaget, Hebb, Miller and Neisser
 
The advent of the computer and the way of thinking associated with it led to a new orientation in psychology called the cognitive movement.
 
The frontal transorbital lobotomy holds a troubling place in the history of psychology.
 
Does the poet or the psychologist better understand the human condition?
 
The Father of Psychology in America did not consider himself a psychologist but he did influence the field.
 
Wilhelm Wundt is a founder of psychology who blended science with perception
 
The psychological study of intelligence applied scientific methods to an unobservable intellectual function.
 
The study of electricity sets the stage for understanding the energy of the nerves and nervous system.
 
What does the neurobiology of the brain imply about our personal responsibility? Do we really have free will? Is our behavior determined?
 
Studies of the human brain demonstrated how the body and mind interact
 
Psychology begins to emerge from philosophy with materialistic explanations of brain function
 
Associationism in philosophy was one of the foundations upon which psychology was built
 
Nietzsche - called the greatest psychologist by Freud - quotes from Thus Spake Zarathustra, The Gay Science, The Will to Power & Ecce Homo, etc.
 
Soren Kierkegaard and Friedrich Nietzsche were two important philosophers whose influence is still felt in psychology.
 
Empiricism and Rationalism gave way to a new emphasis on human experience centered on passion.
 
Charles Darwin and rap artist Baba Brinkman offer complimentary insights about how our partly-rational primate species functions in the world.
 
Charles Darwin and his Theory of Evolution
 
A new movie "A Dangerous Method" explores a complicated relationship between Freud, Jung and their patient Sabina Spielrein, that changed the development and history of psychology.
 
The search for Meaning in life, not just empiricism and rationalism, feeds the Romantic Movement.
 
Although always part of philosophy, psychology has close ties to biology, human physiology and medicine, as well.
 
The influence of the two greatest thinkers of the 1700s is still felt in psychology today.
 
Ethics is the philosophical study of good and bad, right and wrong.
 
Metaphysics is that part of philosophy that asks "what is the world – including us – made of?"
 
Enlightenment thinkers George Berkeley, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, and Pierre Bayle
 
Europe emerges into a new period of rationalism and empiricism called the Enlightenment.
 
Epistemology is the search for real knowledge accomplished using two tools, empiricism and rationalism, collectively making up the scientific method. Also contrasts creationism with science.
 
The Father of Modern Philosophy is Rene Descartes, a brilliant thinker who used the Method of Doubting to bring science into the Enlightenment
 
The Printing Revolution brings a new era to Western thought as ideas begin to move more freely. Philosophers and reformers across Europe begin to spread ideas that would transform the world.
 
After the fall of Rome, we come to the Dark Ages.
 
China had both a rich scientific and philosophic tradition. Why was the formation of psychology unthinkable?
 
Psychology was influenced by other cultures, as well. The ancient cultures of China and India each contribute to the rich tapestry that is modern psychology.
 
WIth the collapse of the Roman Empire, the power of Rome shifted East but the culture and learning of Rome sifted to the most unlikely of places: Ireland. Meanwhile, a new religion was growing to the South - one that would shake the foundations of Western society.
 
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