Ivan Pavlov

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Russian physiologist who observed conditioned salivary responses in dogs (1849-1936)

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The first edition, reviewed in the March 2008 issue of this journal by Owen Gingerich, focused on eight figures: Arie Leegwater on Charles Coulson, Jitse van der Meer on Theodosius Dobzhansky, James Moore on Ronald Fisher, Peter Bowler on Julian Huxley, Richard Beyler on Pascual Jordan, Torsten Ruting on Ivan Pavlov, Edward Davis on Michael Pupin, and Mark Stoll on Edward Wilson.
In a bid to reach the conclusion, Rappaport unearthed comments from Professor Ivan Pavlov.
In the 1890s, Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov was investigating the gastric function of dogs when he noticed that the animals tended to salivate before food was actually delivered.
th] centuries, greats such as Sigmund Freud, Ivan Pavlov, Pierre Marie Felix Janet, and Jean-Martin Charcot, used and worked at defining the phenomenon of hypnosis.
In addition to presenting biographical information, O'Donohue and Ferguson outline Skinner's intellectual influences, beginning with Francis Bacon and proceeding to Ernst Mach, Ivan Pavlov, Edward Thorndike, John Watson, and Charles Darwin.
It is similar to a famous experiment carried out on dogs by Russian psychologist Ivan Pavlov.
When Russian scientist Ivan Pavlov carried out his groundbreaking experiments on conditioning in animals, he could have had little idea of the impact his work would have over the next 100 years in fields as diverse as psychology, sociology, criminology, education and training and development.
Stalin's regime embraced the work of Ivan Pavlov, famous for conditioning dogs to salivate at the ringing of a bell.
1 -- color in SAC edition only) Ivan Pavlov of Sherman Oaks keeps watches his rod while fishing at murky Castaic Lake.
following the classic animal experiments of Ivan Pavlov.