(b. 1887, Revel, Estonia, d. 1967, Enfield, NH. Ph.D. Psychology, University of Berlin, 1909). Along with Wertheimer and Koffka, Köhler was one of the founders of the Gestalt school of psychology. He argued that there is a correspondence in form between physical events in the brain and the subjective events caused by them.
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