Wilhelm Wundt (1832 -1920) , a German who established the first psychology laboratory in 1879, where concentrated almost exclusively on psychological research, particularly on the study of human sensory experience, a research that had previously belonged to the realm of physiology and philosophy . Wundt's use of a systematic methodological approach in tackling psychological problems was a landmark in establishing psychology as a science. He did at 88.

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