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    Which historical psychologist do you find most interesting and why? What kind of questions would you ask them?

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    Freud would be brilliant because he was clearly off his face on coke most of the time but still came up with dream analysis and the basis of the subconscious so it'd be amazing to sit down with him and talk about it. Also, he escaped the Nazis and stuff which would be interesting. I'd love to have sat in the observation on Bandura and watch the kids beating up the Bobo. There's a slip of one little girl in a big pretty dress and she's so aggressive! I would like to sit down and interview Maslow and just shoot him at the end. Hierarchy of needs my ass.
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