Which historical psychologist do you find most interesting and why? What kind of questions would you ask them?
*not sure if this is the right thread for this kind of discussion but I thought it was most appropriate*
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If you could interview any psychologist from the past, who would you choose and why? watch
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Last edited by shabnam-x; 17-08-2014 at 02:01.
- 17-08-2014 01:59
- 17-08-2014 02:10
Philip Zimbardo. Not really the past, but would love to meet that man. Contributed greatly to Psychology, and also seems like an interesting character.
- 18-08-2014 20:12
I don't know if Freud strictly counts but would love to be psychoanalysed by him.
- 19-08-2014 22:34
Alfred Kinsey, just so I could ask him why the hell he shoved a toothbrush into his urethra?