He was born in Susquehanna, PA. His first degree was a Bachelor's degree in English because he wanted to become a teacher. Then he moved to New York City, then went back to school for his Master's for psychology and his doctrine at Harvard
The father of Behavorism because he didn't follow unconscious and psychoanalytic thoughts. He lectured at Columbia University. His strong feelings against psychoanalytic basically split the field of psychology.
Wilhelm Wundt conbributed introspection, which is the of looking into one's own mind to gather data. He was the first person to consider himself a psychologist. He conducted experiments in which he used sounds and sights and recorded how long it took them to respond.