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AP PSYCH REVIEW NOTES Unit 1: History and Approaches Introduction People have brains?the most complex thing known in the universe. People have minds?non-physical but undoubtedly real. People are naturally interested in other people and in what goes on in our minds. Psychology?s roots Buddha, Confucius, and Hebrew scholars philosophized on the mind in a broad sense. The ancient Greeks philosophized on the mind as well. Socrates and Plato used logic to decide that the mind is separate from the body and that knowledge is innate (born with us). Aristotle disagreed and said knowledge comes from observing experiences. Little happened through the Dark Ages until the Renaissance (1500s) that awakened people.

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