Famous figures in psychology

Type in the name of the famous figure in psychology corresponding to the ideas they are associated with in the hints
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Last updated: November 24, 2012
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Radical Behaviorism. Operant conditioning. Verbal Behavior
B F Skinner
Child cognitive development. Object permanence. Concrete operations
Jean Piaget
Principles of psychology. Theory of emotion. Instincts
William James
Logotherapy. Man's search for meaning. Existential psychotherapy
Viktor Frankl
Structuralism. Introspection. Experimental psychology
Edward B Titchener
Social Learning. Self-efficacy. Moral disengagement
Albert Bandura
Humanistic psychology. Person-centered therapy. Unconditional positive regard
Carl Rogers
Psychoanalysis. Id, Ego, Superego. Oedipus Complex
Sigmund Freud
Stanford prison experiment. Lucifer effect.
Philip Zimbardo
g factor. Rank correlation coefficient. Factor analysis
Charles Spearman
Personality. Extraversion. Neuroticism.
Hans Eysenck
Learned helplessness. Learned optimism. Positive psychology.
Martin Seligman
Attachment and loss. Maternal deprivation.
John Bowlby
Psychosocial stages. Ego psychology.
Erik Erikson
Cognitive therapy. Depression Inventory. Hopelessness scale.
Aaron T. Beck
Level 47
Mar 31, 2013
Good quiz! Perhaps accept some alternative spellings for Eysenck?
Level 66
Dec 29, 2018
Only recognized freud... what does that mean? ;)

Expected jung there other than that I think I mainly tried a lot of philosophers.. I really dont recognise any of the names.. oops.