Give short definitions (a sentence or two) of the following terms, or state the key discovery made by a person. Where appropriate, include and example or diagram.
Mind as a machine (a passive, electrical recorder of sensations), mind as an organism (an active, dynamic organizer of sensations), Paul Broca, Charcot, Monet’s view of perception, Helmholtz’s physiology of perception, J. Hughlings Jackson’s evolutionary view of the brain, the development of the eye from the brain, Cezanne’s view of the brain, what did Cubists (Picasso, Braque and Gris) do when they reached the brink of abstract art in 1911? why didn’t they cross the line into abstraction and become abstract artists? describe the basics differences between: physiological perspective, cosmic perspective, and physiological perspective. A dynamic illness, the talking cure, hysteria, Moreaus’s femme fatale, diagnosis by the patient’s free association of ideas (by listening to the patient)