The branch of psychology concerned with the scientific study of the mind is called
By comparing reaction times across different tasks, Donders was able to conclude how long the mind needs to perform a certain cognitive task. Donders interpreted the difference in reaction time between the simple and choice conditions of his experiment as indicating how long it took to:
make a decision about the stimulus
Reaction time refers to the time between the ______ of a stimulus and a person's response to it.
Ebbinghaus's "memory" experiments were important because they:
plotted functions that described the operations of the mind.
The founder of the first laboratory of scientific psychology
The procedure in which trained participants describe their experiences and thought processes in response to stimuli presented under controlled conditions is known as