Do you wish to see original apparatus used in Wundt's laboratory back in the 19th century? Apparatus includes tachistoscopes for presenting visual stimuli with milliseconds accuracy, chronoscopes for accurate measurement of manual or vocal responses, a myograph for tracing physiological changes over time, and many more.
Or do you wish to see reproductions of the rolls from Wundt's classes, signed by students who helped found modern psychology? They include Charles Spearman (1863 — 945), James McKeen Cattell (1860 — 1944), G. Stanley Hall (1844 — 1924), Albert Eduard Michotte (1881 — 1965), Hugo Münsterberg (1863 — 1916), and Edward B. Titchener (1867 — 1927).
You can see all these things and more in our Wilhelm Wundt Room.
Every year, the room attracts numerous visitors from all over the world. Voluntary guides (including post-doctoral fellows and senior scientists) offer informative one-hour tours to individuals or to groups up to 20 people, but only by appointment. If you are interested, please contact Ms. Anett Franke well in advance.