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Karl Ludwig Bühler (May 27, 1879, Meckesheim - October 24, 1963, Los Angeles) was a German psychologist known for his work about gestalt and his Organon model which influenced Friedemann Schulz von Thuns four sides model. He was the husband of well-known Jewish psychologist Charlotte Bühler née Malachowski (1893, Berlin - 1974)[1].

References Edit

  • Bugental, J F; Wegrocki, H J; Murphy, G; Thomae, H (1966), "Symposium on Karl Bühler's contributions to psychology.", The Journal of general psychology 75 (2d Half): 181–219, 1966 Oct, PMID 5339566 
  • BOLGER, H (1964), "KARL BUHLER: 1879-1963.", The American journal of psychology 77: 674–8, 1964 Dec, PMID 14251983 
  • BOLGAR, H (1964), "KARL BUHLER: 1879-1963.", The American journal of psychology 77: 674–8, 1964 Dec, PMID 14248978 
See also: Bühler



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