Prepare a lecture suitable to deliver to an undergraduate psychology class, which describes the emergence of the new psychology. Include the following in your lecture transcript:
-Explain why the middle to late nineteenth century is considered as the founding date of psychology.
-Indicate the key figures and the context in which the new psychology arose.
-Discuss the importance of experimental and physiological psychology in the founding of the new psychology.
-Mark the entry of women and minorities to the field of psychology; be sure to analyze Titchener’s role in the admissions of women to the profession of psychology.
Present the lecture in an engaging way, appropriate to the interests and learning capacity of undergraduate psychology students. Include at least two references. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources may be included.
Check the supplemental readings in this course for appropriate and interesting resources to support your lecture.
In making your lecture engaging, you may depart from usual writing form and organization and choose to use anecdotes, humor, or other speaking tools; be sure however, to cite your sources appropriately in the print version of the lecture that you submit.
Length: 2-4 pages,