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The third sentence in the section currently titled "Mind and consciousness", which currently reads "He believed that if the basic components of the mind could be defined and categorized and why they interact in the ways that they do (why) was the basis of reasoning that Titchener used in trying to find structure to the mind," is incomprehensible. My best guess is that two or more sentences were accidentally spliced together. Unfortunately, I am not sure how to edit it to fix this, neither understanding the original author's intent nor having prior knowledge of Titchener's beliefs to work from. 188.8.131.52 (talk) 21:45, 21 September 2012 (UTC)
In the part where it is mentioned that the Gestalt school of Psychology criticized structuralism for stating that the mind can be dissected into several parts, Gestalt psychology believes that we perceive information as a whole and does not go into detail about the structure of the mind.