Immanual Kant says psychology can never be a real science because it’s subject matter defied mathematization
Wilhelm Wundt developed the first psychology laboratory and was concerned with the empirical study of the mind
Structuralism and functionalism examined the structure and content of mental life.
1913 Behavioral Revolution begins with John Watsons publication of Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It
Golden age of classical behaviorism
1920s Logical positivists attempted to gather all knowledge across all sciences to develop a single, secure empirical foundation using language and philosophy to clarify scientific concepts
1929 Second wave of Behaviorism begins with Woodworth and S-O-R behaviorism
B.F. Skinner proposed a systematic approach to the study of behavior and changed the game forever
BF Skinner publishes Verbal Behavior and changes the game again. Verbal Behavior proposes that language can be observed, described, predicted and experimentally controlled.
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis was established