Example of Structuralism?

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Structuralism is a concept in psychology that takes an item, or an idea, and breaks it down to its basic qualities. Structuralism was first defined in 1879 by the German psychologist Wilhelm Wundt. An example of structuralism is describing an apple. An apple is crisp, sweet, juicy, round, and hard. Another example of structuralism is describing your experience at the ocean by saying it is windy, salty, and cold, but rejuvenating. It is commonly used in English.
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