people are listed by birth, in "notes" I've listed a few of their contributions
theory of evolution
founded the first psychology lab, structuralism
theory of color vision, was also mathematician
conditioned reflex with salivating dogs
first female president of APA, studied dreams, memory, and self-psychology
first woman granted PhD in psychology, focused on comparative psychology, published "The Animal Mind: A Textbook of Comparative Psychology"
(1875–1961) Carl Jung: analytical psychology, ideas of the "introvert" and "extrovert"
first African American to receive PhD from German school
first african american to receive PhD in psychology, studied "Psychoanalysis of Freud and Adler"
"genetic epistemology", early childhood, cognitive development
humanist, psychotherapy research
radical behaviorism, operant conditioning
dependency and social isolation with monkeys
contributions to Gestalt psychology and social psychology
Maslow's hierarchy of needs, self-actualization
and Mamie Phipps Clark (April 18, 1917 – August 11, 1983): African American psychologists, doll experiments with race led racial segregation to be deemed unconstitutional
cognitive dissonance, social comparison theory
theory of cognitive-mediational theory within emotion, focus on emotions
(1925 - present) Albert Bandura: social learning theory, self-efficacy
moral judgement, moral development
study on obedience to authority