- Category : Healing-Fields-Psychiatrist
- Type : PE
- Profile : 1/3 - Investigating / Martyr
- Definition : Split - Large
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Planning 2
German psychiatrist, psychologist and linguist. In psychology he is known for his work in gestalt psychology, and he was one of the founders of the Würzburg tradition of Psychology. In linguistics he is known for his Organon model of communication and his treatment of deixis as a linguistic phenomenon. He was the dissertation advisor of Karl Popper. His wife was the well-known psychologist Charlotte Bühler.
After serving in the German Army during World War I, Bühler was named professor of psychiatry at the University of Vienna in 1922. He was forced to flee to Norway in 1938, and he reached the United States in 1939, residing there until his death. While there he expanded his paper of 1907 into a book, Facts and Problems of the Psychology of the Thought Process.
In 1959 Karl Bühler was honored with the Wilhelm-Wundt-Medal of the German Society of Psychology.
He died 24 October 1963, Los Angeles.