"Darwin's On the Origin of Species," animal psychology, evolutionary, natural selection perspective.
Voluntarism, concerned with the “empirical” study and incorporated “introspection.” Opened the first laboratory at the university in Leipzig, Germany.
Started a new psychology program at Cornell Univerity called Structuralism. It was similar to Wundt’s Voluntarism but excluded cultural anthropology.
Pavlov used dogs in a conditioned responses experiment.
Functionalism (the what and why) through observation, introspective and quasi-experimental methods. William James, John Dewey, James Rowland Angell, Harvey Carr, G. Stanley Hall.
Classical behaviorism- an attempt at being objective, empirical, reliable, and to spark agreement for all things behavior with S-R.
Robert S. Woodworth introduced S-O-R (stimulus-organic states-response) mediational approach
Skinner published his first book "The Behavior of Organisms"
B. F. Skinner published "Verbal Behavior."
The Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior (JEAB) first published.
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis first published.
By John O. Cooper, Timothy E. Heron, William L. Heward
Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) began its rule over behavior analysts.
Association for Behavior Analysis (ABAI) first published in 2008.