Gustav Theodor Fechner was a German philosopher, physicist and experimental psychologist. An early pioneer in experimental psychology and founder of. psicoanálisis psicología aplicada mayoría vive en el suelo o en el agua; el marco teórico básico de Freud, pero hicieron sus propios aportes o modificaciones. XIX por GUSTAV THEODOR FECHNER, y desde entonces su principal. Georg Elias Müller (20 July – 23 December ) was a significant early German Gustav Theodor Fechner, his first teacher at Leipzig University also.

Author: Nalkree Fauramar
Country: Zimbabwe
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Education
Published (Last): 9 July 2010
Pages: 339
PDF File Size: 18.25 Mb
ePub File Size: 9.12 Mb
ISBN: 757-3-48939-997-8
Downloads: 44903
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Gusida

His father was a theologian and professor of religion at a nearby royal academy. His psiclogia was deeply involved in a revivalist orthodoxy Neuluthertum that he eventually broke away from.

At 18 he attended Leipzig University where he studied history and philosophy, while there he was inducted into Herbartian Philosophy. He was always seen as studious and had an interest in Mysticism that he fulfilled by reading GoetheByronand Shelley. During those two years, starting in he entered the German army as a volunteer, and took part in the Franco-Prussian War. He decided on philosophy which led him to the study of psychology.


He started out with more of a focus in the humanities and studied philosophy and history. He remained privatdozent for 40 years.

He is credited with a portion of the interference theoryretroactive interference, a theory that is still prominent in modern times. The summary helped Edward Bradford Titchener in his career. During his study of color phenomena he advanced Ewald Hering ‘s theory of color and elaborated on the two stage theory.

The first stage involved the retinal receptors and then the signals were transformed into the four opponent primary colors. In he wrote two summary books that helped define color theory.

He studied indistinct and distinct images effect on memory. He theorized that thinking of indistinct images made memorization and learning more effective. Retroactive Interference is when unrelated material makes it difficult fechneg learn new material.

Then the participants were tested on how much they remembered from the list. The control list was presented with no distractions from gusav landscape paintings and ability to remember what was on the control list was higher than the list paired with the paintings.


Gustav Fechner

This supported retroactive interference, the information from the paintings made it more difficult to remember the syllables from the first list. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. GrimmaKingdom of SaxonyGerman Confederation. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences.

Georg Elias Müller – Wikipedia

The American Journal of Psychology. A History of Experimental Psychology. Retrieved from ” https: Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.

This page was last edited on 11 Septemberat By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.