The following readings in the Hyman text describe various models or paradigms that have been developed to explain human behavior. Human science, as a branch of study, is rather young. The first laboratory for the study of human behavior was probably the one initiated by Wilhelm Wundt in 1896. This will give you an opportunity to familiarize yourself with the emergence of a number of different perspectives and belief systems about why human beings behave as they do.
Once you have completed these readings, you should:
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