Plato: I think maybe people create their own subjective reality based on experiences.
I have no idea that's for someone like you to figure out.
Aristotle: Maybe, but how the hell are you going to measure that.
Wilhelm Wundt: What if we take people's own accounts and use it to create data. Maybe... Introspection
William James: Functionality! Consciousness is a Stream!!
Wundt and Titchner: Shut up Will.
Edward Titchner: I like the measuring part, but people are too subjective. Maybe we could use the strutures to create the full picture.
William James: These men are so stupid and won't listen. You're too smart not to teach. Do you want a crack at it?
You know... I think you could be the first female president of the APA.
I'll make sure to remember that.
Mary Whiton Calkins: Oh why of course.
Sigmund Freud: Humans are disgusting. We're only motivated by the unconscious aggression, and sex. Psychonalytic!
What're you an idiot.
No my parents just love me.
Carl Rogers: Freud. I think you're being a little pessimistic. All people are born good, and want to reach their full potential. They have needs they need met. Humanistic!
Vygotsky: Environment is the reason people are the way they are. They are socioculturally influenced. Family, friends, religion.
Well actually, all people have different genetics, and physiology, thus explaining the reasoning as to why everyone is different. It has nothing to do with the environment. Genetics, brain wiring, neurotransmitters
Carl Rogers: It's clearly humanism. Look around. We are all good.
B.F. Skinner: Nah, it's behavioralism. People learn behaviors. Especially through rewards and punishments.
I agree completely, but I think focusing on observable, and measurable behaviors.
Clearly unconscious. Psychoanalytic FTW.
George L. Engel: What if you're all right and it's a blend of biological, social, and psychological factors. We can get and treat diseases using all ideas. Maybe call it... Biopsychosocial.