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The echoes of Wundt's work in the United States, 1887–1977: A quantitative citation analysis

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The frequency of references to Wundt's book-length publications in experimental papers appearing in the American Journal of Psychology was determined. The most widely cited work, by far, is the Grundzüge der physiologischen Psychologie. The distinct decline of Wundt's impact on American psychology is clearly reflected in the frequencies of the citations.

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Brožek, J. The echoes of Wundt's work in the United States, 1887–1977: A quantitative citation analysis. Psychol. Res 42, 103–107 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00308695

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