In the last week, I have drawn two tumultous storms with big ships in them. Both black and white. Yesterday I drew a beautiful house in color, all neat and tidy and in order. Color isn’t the only part of the psychology. My house drawing actually showed me where my life still needs work, where I was calm and happy, and what might still be problematic. I like this website, but could use more. Is there a phsychology of art subject matter? Or is that just a given in this field. I’m not an artist, I just like to doodle. I’m a musician by trade, which doesn’t seem to be as “forth-telling” as art.
Another student of Wundt, Edward Titchener , created the psychology program at Cornell University and advanced a doctrine of "structuralist" psychology. Structuralism sought to analyze and classify different aspects of the mind, primarily through the method of introspection .  William James , John Dewey and Harvey Carr advanced a more expansive doctrine called functionalism , attuned more to human–environment actions. In 1890 James wrote an influential book, The Principles of Psychology , which expanded on the realm of structuralism, memorably described the human " stream of consciousness ", and interested many American students in the emerging discipline.    Dewey integrated psychology with social issues, most notably by promoting the cause progressive education to assimilate immigrants and inculcate moral values in children.