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Ivan Pavlov (1654)

Interests
Animal behaviour, behaviour analysis, behaviour modification, clinical psychology, educational psychology, general psychology, personality, philosophy, physiological psychology, psychiatry, psychology of learning, psychophysiology, theoretical psychology
Profession
Physiologist
Nationality
Russian
Born
1849, Ryazan, Russia
Died
1936, Leningrad, Russia
Short Biography
Ivan Petrovich Pavlov (Russian: Ива́н Петро́вич Па́влов; IPA: [ɪˈvan pʲɪˈtrovʲɪtɕ ˈpavləf]; 26 September [O.S. 14 September] 1849 – 27 February 1936) was a Russian physiologist known primarily for his work in classical conditioning. From his childhood ... Show more | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • First Degree, University of St Petersburg, 1875
  • Doctorate, Imperial Medical and Surgical Academy, St Petersburg, 1879
  • Postdoctoral, Universities of Breslau (Wroclaw) and Leipzig, 1884-6
Appointments & Honors
  • Military Medical Academy Gold Medal, 1879
  • Professor of Pharmacology, 1890-5, Professor of Physiology, 1890-1939, Military Medical Academy, St Petersburg
  • Nobel prize for work on digestion, 1904
  • Member, Imperial Academy of Russia, 1907
  • Foreign Member, Royal Society, 1907
  • Member, USSR Academy of Sciences, 1917
  • Decree of Lenin provided new laboratory and support, 1921
  • Head, Institute of Physiology of Higher Nervous Activity, Koltushi Biological Station, 1929-36
Principal Publications
  • 1874 The effect of the laryngeal nerve on blood circulation: The afferent accelerators of tachycardia. Abstract in Transactions of the St Petersburg Society of Naturalists, 5, 66-7 (in Russian).
  • 1878 The nerve supply of the pancreas. Pflueger's Archive fuer die gesamte. Physiologie des MenschenundderTiere, 17, 173-89.
  • 1883 Efferent nerves of the heart. Clinical Archive for Internal Diseases, 8, 645-719 (in Russian).
  • 1897/1955 Lectures on the work of the principal digestive glands. In Collected Works. Foreign Languages Publishing House.
  • 1903-23/1928 Nervous Activity (Behavior) of Animals. International Publishers.
  • 1927/1960 Conditioned Reflexes: An Investigation ofrhe Physiological Activity of the Cerebral Cortex. Dover.
  • 1934 Complete Works (5 vols). USSR Academy of Sciences.
  • 1940-9 The conditioned reflex. In Great Medical Encyclopaedia.
  • 1955 Selected Works, ed. K. S. Koshtoyants. Foreign Languages Publishing House.