WHO AM I HISTORY PSYCH TEST TWO

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in the contemporary vernacular, I argue that the environment naturally provides equal opportunity; the government doesn't have to substitute artificial 'equal opportunity"

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in the contemporary vernacular, I argue that the environment naturally provides equal opportunity; the government doesn't have to substitute artificial 'equal opportunity"

herbert spencer

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developed a theory similar to Darwin in three days

alfred russel wallance

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so many species could not have entered Noah's Ark

amerigo vespucci

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before Darwin animals were considered

automata

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I am a very religious man and the captain of the HMS Beagle

Captain Robert FitzRoy

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i am the site of the first course in experimental psychology in the US

harvard

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the Beagle took Darwin to this place where he wrote the most

Galapagos Islands

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he argued that the goal of psychology as the study of people as they adapt to the environment

William James

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The Principles of Psychology (1890) by William James had two versions. What was the long version called?

James

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William James referred to John Dewey and James Rowland collectively as the

Chicago School

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concerned with how the mind functions and how it is used by organisms to adapt to the environment

functionalism

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I was looked at as as embarrassment of the field of psychology later in my career

William James

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I worried about fear of my theories being condemned

Charles Darwin

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I proposed eugenics to foster the improvement of inherited qualities in humans

Francis Galton

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I wrote the first book of comparative psychology called 'Animal Intelligence"

George Romanes

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Believed that animal behavior should not be overestimates to higher mental processes

C. Lloyd Morgan

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knowledge by experience can be explained in terms of evolutionary principles

synthetic philosophy

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I had a public interest in Seances

William James

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Idea that consciousness is a continually flowing process and any attempt to reduce it to elements will distort it

stream of consciousness

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I was offered and refused the post of royal physician to George III

Erasmus Darwin

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I first risen high in the Navy, but then I went through a series of career reverses and went on a down spiral. A few years after, I took a knife to my throat

Captain Robert FitzRoy

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argument that males have a greater range of ability than females, especially in intelligence

variability hypothesis

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real physical illness without an underlying pathology

psychogenic

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I married my first cousin Emma Wedgewood

Charles Darwin

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Cap. Robert FitzRoy private goal for the voyage was to find evidence confirming the biblical stories of

Genesis and the Flood

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introduced the ideal of geological evolution

Charles Lyell

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inheritance of acquired traits

jean baptiste lamark

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a feverent believer in democracy, and a participant of what some believe would call 'free love'

erasmus darwin

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I assumed intelligence can be measured with motor capacity

francis galton

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Idea that no sharp distinction exists between humans and animals

Charles Darwin

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although i earned my PhD from Harvard, I was refused the degree by the Harvard Corporation

Mary Calkins

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natural selection of traits best suited for environment is fundamental points of

on the origin of species by means of natural selection

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proposed that the mean and standard deviation were the most useful for describing data

francis galton

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francis c sumner dissertation was titled

the psychoanalysis of freud and adler

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eugenics was a popular idea for many years until one man took it to an extreme

adolph hitler

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in 1884, this was the aim of defending the range of human capacities of the entire British population

anthropometric laboratory

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was hand selected by Darwin to apply theory of evolution to the mind

george john romanes

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my invention includes: windmill, copy machine, steering system for carriages that is the basis for your car's steering system

erasmus darwin

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the first of many debates that would occur over the years pitting Biblical beliefs against Darwin's theory

huxley wilberforce debate

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