Alfred Binet( French psychologist, founder of experimental psychology)
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Biography Alfred Binet
(1857-1911) - French psychologist, founder of experimental psychology in France and that country's first psychological laboratory (1889). One of the founders of the tests. Among them developed problems: pathology of consciousness and personality, . Methods of experimentation, . ugly thinking and higher cognitive functions, . suggestion, . hypnotism, . music and chess memory, . emotions and feelings of children, . problem solving, . graphology, . School psychology and defectology, . Psychology Art, . individual psychology, . psychology of small groups, . mental fatigue, . behavior of insects, etc.,
. One of the first began to study higher mental processes in natural conditions. In his writings ( 'Psychology of reasoning', 1886, 'Introduction to experimental psychology;', 1894; 'mental fatigue', 1898, 'Method of investigation of mental development', 1922). B. sought to adopt the psychology of an objective method of investigation.