course which is regarded as the first school in psychology as science, that divided it from philosophy. As founder is often named Wilhelm Wundt. Also called structural psychology; 2. Course in various disciplines that examine human character and actions especially prominent in 1960-1970s.

STRUCTURALISM 1: "Example: origins of structuralism can be found in linguistic schools of Moscow and Prague back in 1900s."
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