Over the next couple of years, William jumped through many different fields, he wished to become a painter, but soon deserted that dream. He went on to enroll at Harvard, to devote his attention towards chemistry. As the family’s money began to lessen, he realized he would need to support himself and he transferred to Harvard Medical School, but very quickly he grew unhappy with medicine. While experiencing health problems such as back pain, sight problems, emotional moodiness, neurotic obsessions and becoming affected by depression, James spent the next two years in France and Germany. While studying with Hermann von Helmholtz, James became greatly interested in the field of psychology, he was intrigued by the structure of personality, a new understanding of human potential and a field in which invigorating research was defining psychology as a new science.
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In the summer his father wanted him to work with him, he even gave Charles his own patients. Then after a few years into medicine he didn’t want to practice it anymore. His father was enraged with anger at Charles. He then went to Cambridge University where he got his bachelor’s Degree in medicine. In Cambridge he liked to collect many rare specimens like beetles.
However, his father was eager for Adolf to follow in his footsteps as a civil servant and sent him to the Technical high school in the city of Linz in 1900. The city kids looked down upon Hitler, as he was only a country kid, Hitler's work began to slump due to his unhappiness. He did poorly in the first year getting kept back. Hitler hoped that if his father saw how little progress he was making at the technical school, that his father would allow him to go to a classical school, but this didn't work as the thought of Hitler becoming an artist in the eyes of his father were ridiculous. Hitler began his second year in high school as the oldest boy in his class as he was held back for the extra year.
He had to take care of his brother seen his mother and father had to work. Since Vincent didn’t have time to go to school he had to get home schooled. Even though Vincent had to get home schooled he didn’t let that stop him. After Vincent stopped taking care of his little brother Theo he went off to become famous for his painting skills. Vincent Van Gogh moved to Paris and he discovered impressionists and post impressionists art.
Adolf's other interest in school was his art class. Adolf's father was very upset with him when Adolf told him he wasn't joining the civil service and instead he was going to become an artist. Alois and Adolf's relationship went down hill from there. The conflict was finally resolved in 1903 when Adolf's dad died. Two years while on vacation Adolf developed a lung infection and used this to drop out of school.
Frost stayed at Dartmouth for less than a term, then left (5). This caused a fit with Elinor, she wanted him to finish college and wouldn’t marry him until he graduated college. Frost went back to Massachusetts to teach and to work at a variety of jobs like delivering newspapers and factory labor. He hated these jobs with a passion, finally feeling his true calling as a poet (4). The poet favored Ralph Waldo Emerson, and read many of his works (6).
He is referred to as the father of American Psychology. Just like Wundt, he helped establish psychology as a science with his classic 1200-pages text, the Principles of Psychology which were read in North America and Europe and received attention as well as appreciation from Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung in Vienna. He also contributed to functionalism, pragmatism and impacted many students of psychology during his teaching career. He was influential in my opinion for two reasons. Firstly, he was interested in subjects that were often very far from the usual traditional approaches taken by most of his colleagues.
He went to College des Quatre-Nations. His father was killed in a duel when he was a young boy, and his mother left him with his wealthy architect uncles. They wanted to send him to a school that centered on architecture, but finally accepted his dream to become a painter. While trying to pursue his dreams, he went to study with Francois Boucher. Boucher was a Rococo painter, but primarily a distant relative to David.