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Last reply by: Professor Charles Schallhorn
Mon Nov 10, 2014 4:30 PM

Post by Yousra Hassan on December 21, 2013

I'm new to the site and was just wondering where I can find the link to Ivan Pavlov's experiments.

Early History

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  1. Intro
    • Scientific Psychology: The History Begins
    • Structuralism (1875-1930's)
    • Structuralism Main Ideas
    • Functionalists
    • Functionalists - William James
    • Mary Whiton Caulkins
    • Margaret Floy Washburn
    • Gestalt Psychology
    • Psychoanalysis
    • Behavioral Psychology
    • Edward Thorndike
    • Ivan Pavlov
    • John B. Watson
    • B. F. Skinner
    • Dorothea Dix
    • Charles Darwin
    • G. Stanley Hall
    • Review
    • Intro 0:00
    • Scientific Psychology: The History Begins 0:12
      • Early Psychological Science
      • Structuralism
      • Functionalism
      • Gestalt Psychology
      • Psychoanalysis
      • Behaviorism
    • Structuralism (1875-1930's) 0:40
      • Wilhelm Wundt: The First Psychologist (1832-1920)
      • Edward Titchener: The First US Psychologist
      • Led First Real School or Group of Psychologists
      • Was Impressed with the Sciences Breaking Down Complex Things into Simple Things
      • Primary Problem Was Lack of Reliability and Validity
    • Structuralism Main Ideas 2:01
      • Early Approach to Psychology, Tried to Identify Structure of Conscious Mind
      • Subjective Unit for Structuralists Was Elementary Elements of Consciousness
      • Sub-Units of Consciousness Through Method of Introspection
      • Trained Observer to Reflect On and Analyze Mental Experiences
    • Functionalists 4:08
      • No Leader of Group/More Like a School of Though
      • Wanted to Study Consciousness
      • How Does Consciousness Work?
      • What Adaptive Purpose Does it Serve?
      • How Do Our Mental and Behavioral Processes Enable us to Adapt, Survive, and Be Successful?
      • Much More Into Understanding Application to Real Life Over Theoretical Understandings
    • Functionalists - William James 5:33
      • Established New Science of Psychology in America
      • Religion and Psychology
      • First Psychology Teacher in US
      • Principles of Psychology - First Text on Subject
      • Independently Came Up With the James-Lange Theory of Emotion
    • Mary Whiton Caulkins 6:59
      • Functionalist Student of William James
      • Was President of APA
      • First Woman to Serve in That Office
      • Earned PhD at Harvard Under William James, Was Refused Degree by Harvard Corporation
      • Harvard Continues to Refuse to Grant Degree Posthumously
      • Focus Was On The Self
    • Margaret Floy Washburn 8:31
      • Student of Titchner
      • First Woman to Earn Doctoral Degree in American Psychology (1894)
      • Second Woman to Serve as APA President 1921
      • Wrote The Animal Mind
    • Gestalt Psychology 9:08
      • Max Wertheimer (1880-1943)
      • The Whole is Greater Than The Sum of its Parts
      • Early Approach to Psychology, Studied How Mind Actively Organizes Stimuli into Meaningful Wholes
      • More Details on Gestalt in Sensation and Perception Unit
    • Psychoanalysis 10:34
      • Sigmund Freud
      • First Wave of Modern Psychology
      • Physician by Trade, Experience With Hysteria
      • Later Work and Theories Focused on Case Studies and Conjecture, Not Experimentation
      • Structure of the Mind - Id/Ego/Superego
      • Existence of Unconscious/Subconscious
      • Always a Reason for All Behavior
      • Psychosexual Stages of Development
      • Personality by Age 5
      • More Detail in Personality Unit
    • Behavioral Psychology 12:33
      • Edward Thorndike, John B. Watson, B.F. Skinner
      • Reaction to Freudian Views, Second Wave of Psychology
      • Focus Only on Observable Behavior
      • Most Scientific View to Date
      • Animal Research - Learning and Conditioning
      • More Detail in Learning Unit
    • Edward Thorndike 13:57
      • Learning Theory of Connectionism
      • Cats and Escaping Puzzle Boxes
      • Animals Connected Behaviors to Outcomes - Early Behaviorism
      • Law of Effect
      • Father of Modern Educational Psych
    • Ivan Pavlov 15:07
      • Not a Behaviorist, But Discovered Behavioral Principles
      • Russian Physiologist
      • Studied Digestion and Salivation in Dogs Which Lead to Classical Conditioning
      • Unconditioned Stimulus and Response
      • Pavlov's Dog
    • John B. Watson 15:42
      • Early Behaviorist
      • Classical Conditioning
      • Fear and Little Albert
      • Left Psych and Went Into Advertising, Pioneered Adding Sex Appeal in Ads
    • B. F. Skinner 16:07
      • Primary Behaviorist
      • Thoughts/Feelings Not Important - Only Behavior
      • Operant Conditioning - Built on Work of Thorndike
      • Reinforcement and Punishment
      • Operant Conditioning Box
      • Much Science to Back Up Views
    • Dorothea Dix 16:33
      • Social Activist
      • Nursed Both Sides During US Civil War
      • Government Should Play Role in Social Welfare
      • Created First Mental Asylums
    • Charles Darwin 17:13
      • English Naturalist
      • Origin of the Species
      • Evolution
      • Natural Selection
      • Influenced Functionalism
      • Influenced Current Evolutionary Perspective
      • Traits Are Somehow Adaptive
    • G. Stanley Hall 18:10
      • First APA President
      • Childhood Psych and Evolutionary Psych
      • Studied Racial and Gender Differences
      • Religion and Psychology
      • The Storm and Stress of Adolescence
      • Eugenics Fan
      • Mentored Many Major Psychologists
    • Review 19:53
      • When and How Did Modern Psychological Science Begin?
      • How Did Psychology Continue to Develop From the 1920s Through Today?
      • Distinguish Between the Key Early Fields, Structuralism, Functionalism, Gestalt and Behaviorism.
      • Name the Key Contributions of the Early Contributors to the Field of Psychology