Wolfgang Köhler (1785-1863)(Name also written: Wolfgang Kohler): German-American psychologist, one of the founders of Gestalt psychology.
A.S. Luchins & E.H. Luchins: Isomorphism in Gestalt theory
Comparison of Wertheimer's and Koehler's concepts; by Abraham S. Luchins and Edith H. Luchins (1999)
Introduction to Wolfgang Kohler: Mentality of Apes
Excerpted from Wolfgang's Kohler's book The Mentality of Apes (1925).
Kohler's objections to Thorndike's Puzzle Box approach
Excerpted from Wolfgang's Kohler's book The Mentality of Apes (1925).
Kohler's Work on Insight Learning
brief excerpt on Kohler's research from the book: The Animal Mind by J.L Gould and C. G. Gould
Wolfgang Köhler: (1929): An old pseudoproblem
Wolfgang Kohler, one of the founders of Gestalt psychology, explicates the epistemological position of Gestalt psychology in this article.
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