Bill the next guy I want to tell you about is Sigmund Freud. He is the most famous one of them all! He wanted to study the stuff no one else wanted to study. He talked about Ego, Super Ego, and Id.
Now let's move onto Carl Jung. Jung was partners with Sigmund Freud and helped him with his research. He also gave him some ideas.
John Watson was a founder of a school and the only one to think he study was things can study he watched how they lived and what they did.
Then there was Ivan Pavlov, He compared humans to a dog who gets an excited sees food and compared that with a bell because if they hit the bell the knew they were going to get food. This was called Classical Conditioning.
Next up is B.F Skinner. Skinner thought the environment or where you live was a big part of Psychology
Last but not least, Abraham Maslow, Maslow developed a hierarchy of needs. In other words, people have to their basic needs met and specific things to be successful. You can’t learn if you don’t food or water!