120 years of psychology

at the Jagiellonian University 


In 1903, a small laboratory, the Laboratory of Experimental Psychology, was established at the Jagiellonian University. It was created by Professor Władysław Heinrich. 120 years later, we look back on this legacy to understand his contribution to the birth of modern Polish psychology. Embark on the journey on which Władysław Heinrich took Polish psychology 120 years ago!









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