Chris Green, president of Division 26 of the American Psychological Association (and AHP collaborator), has produced a second short teaser on the history of American functionalist psychology.
He describes this video as follows:
A short history of the origins of American Functionalist Psychology, from Chauncey Wright, through William James and John Dewey, to James Rowland Angell (~1870 to ~1910).
It is the much abridged version of A School of their Own (part 2), below. Continue reading Video: Origins of American Psychology