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    Ivan Pavlov: Founder of Conditioned Reflexes Background On September 14, 1849, Ivan Petrovich Pavlov was born in Ryazan, Russia. Son of Peter Dmitrievich Pavlov and Varvara Ivanovna Uspenskaya, Ivan was the oldest of eleven siblings in his religious household. His father, Peter, was a village priest and his mother, Varvara, was a housewife. Ivan went to a church school where he studied theology until his interests pursued him to study scientific pursuit. As a young boy, his biggest inspirations were D.I. Pisarev, I.M. Sechenov, and Charles Darwin. Rather than pursuing a career in religion, Ivan went on to enroll at the University of St. Petersburg in 1870 where he studied physiology and chemistry. Graduating with a degree in 1875 of…

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    behavioral aspect of phychology is very important to understanding how people act. “Ivan Pavlov was the Russian physiologist that was able to demonstrate that dogs could associate something as neutral such as the ring of a bell could trigger the salvation of a dog.” (Hockenbarry) This was a very immense contribution to phycology because it was able to show future psychologists that people are also able to connect a neutral object with an upcoming event. A person may associate the siren of a…

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    Ivan Pavlov who was a Russian physiologist discovered classical conditioning around 1900. This unique type of learning triggered self-determination and got his interest in finding the conditions that surround classical conditioning. The classical conditioning consists of four elements which are the unconditioned stimulus (UCS), unconditioned response (UCR), conditioned stimulus (CS), conditioned response (CR). Pavlov discovered that even if the dog didn’t have food it would drool. Something…

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    Times of Ivan Pavlov Ivan Petrovich Pavlov was born on September 14th, 1849 in Ryazan Russia to Petr Pavlov, a priest, and Varvara Pavlov, a priest’s daughter (Windholz, 1997). Ivan was the eldest son of Petr and Varvara’s eleven children, which instilled a strong sense of responsibility and drive in Ivan very early on guiding him for the rest of his life (Schultz & Schultz, 2012). Even with his strong work ethic and drive, Ivan was unable to attend formal schooling until he was eleven years…

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    Ivan pavlov was born in Rtazan,Russia in 1849. His father was a priest and wanted Ivan to become a priest as well( Famous scientists.org,2016) . His father's name was Peter Dmitrievich Pavlov, and his mother's name was Varvara Ivanovna Uspenskaya(Ivan Pavlov,2016). Ivan was one of eleven children, Ivan was the eldest sibling in the group(Ivan Pavlov,2016). As a young boy he spent a lot of time in the garden, which got him interested in science(). He attended Ryazan Ecclesiastical high school;…

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    wanted to talk a little more about Pavlov. I find Pavlov and his research very interesting, and I find it even more interesting that people only think of Pavlov for his theories of conditioning. There are many more things that make up Pavlov’s contribution to psychology, including other psychologists that we would not even know about without Pavlov. This topic fits into this class because the entire section of 3.2 is about Pavlov. I am hoping that this will bring up some new information about…

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    (Psychology, a Journey, 2014). Operant conditioning can be used in the form of discipline for students. Discipline is important for children to develop and succeed. Discipline is usually thought of as being negative but that is not always true. Skinners theory operant conditioning uses both positive and negative reinforcement to discourage unwanted behavior. It is also used to reinforce appropriate behavior. Because every action has a consequence, when the consequence is positive, the…

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    He had a large family in which he was the oldest, healthiest sibbling. His father was a priest. Pavlov was very much like his father. They were both very motivated to being successful. Ivan Pavlov started school at Ryazan Ecclesiastical High School. He became interested in theology, but after learning about Charles Darwin, Pavlov decided to transfer to the University of St. Petersburg to learn about natural science. During his third year at the university, Pavlov decided to become a…

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    The behaviorist theory considers a full range of psychological and social phenomena to explain how do organisms learn or acquire behavior. Among some of the main components of behaviorism it can be mentioned classical and operant conditioning, stimulus-response, reinforcements and punishments, objective measure, social learning, and reductionism (the notion that human behavior can be explained by breaking it down into smaller elements), (Khan, 2013; McLeod, 2013). Ivan Pavlov, John Watson,…

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    The field of behaviorism has been influenced by the work of many psychologists. The two most popular figures in this field are probably Ivan Pavlov and B. F. Skinner. Their theories, Classical and Operant conditioning are still used as part of therapies that have developed since their work has been published. Classical conditioning was developed by Ivan Pavlov in the 1950s. Classical conditioning is a type of behavior modification in which a conditioned stimulus and an unconditioned stimulus…

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