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The role of developmental concepts in the history of Gestalt theory: The work of Kurt Koffka (1985)

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Book Eckardt, Georg; Bringmann, Wolfgang G.; Sprung, Lothar (1985) Contributions to a history of developmental psychology: International William T. Preyer Symposium. unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Harrower, Molly
Henle, Mary
Murray, David J.
Nebelung, Sven.
Schirmacher, Wolfgang
Schmidt, Marion
Journals
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences
History of Psychology
Publishers
University Press of Florida
Harvester, Wheatsheaf
Continuum
Concepts
Psychology
Disabilities; disability; accessibility
Gestalt psychology
Deafness
People
Koffka, Kurt
Wertheimer, Max
Köhler, Wolfgang
Husserl, Edmund
Wundt, Wilhelm Max
Freud, Anna
Time Periods
20th century
19th century
20th century, early
Places
Central Europe: Germany, Austria, Switzerland
Europe
Germany
Massachusetts (U.S.)
United States
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