November 15, 2019
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⟶ Updated 27 Oct 2018 ⟶
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1894 - Margaret Floy Washburn becomes the first woman to earn a Ph.D in psychology
1988 - American Psychological Society was founded with the central mission of advancing psychological science
1600s - First Signs of Psychology were John Lock and Thomas Reid promote empiricism believing that knowledge comes from belief.
1860 - Hermann Von Helmholtz measures the speed of the neural impulse indicating our senses deceive us.
1875 - Wilhelm Wundt promote the idea that psychology could be an experimental field
1883 - Edward Bradford Titchener brings psychology to america with the experimental psychology structuralism
1890 - William James writes "Principles of Psychology"
1946 - National Mental Health Act funding made training programs that would produce clinical psychologists.
1973 - Vail Coference on Professional Training in Psychology propose the scholar-practitioner model
1913 - Behaviorism became a major force in American Psychology
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