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Transcript of Pavlov
Left Seminary school to study Physiology
Won a Nobel Prize in 1904 for Physiology or Medicine ABOUT Association of automatic responses with new stimuli Classical Conditioning Ivan Petrovich Pavlov
Sept. 1849 - Feb. 1936 Pavlov accidentally discovered this theory in the 1920's while trying to find out how long it took dogs to secrete digestive fluids after being fed. Any event that the dogs learned to associate with food made them salivate! Pavlov realized he had made an important scientific discovery and set up his famous experiment. THE EXPERIMENT Bell =
Unconditioned stimulus Salivation =
Conditioned Response AFTER
Conditioned Response DURING
CONDITIONING + Bell =
Neutral stimulus BEFORE
CONDITIONING No Salivation =
No Conditioned Response Food = Unconditioned stimulus Salivation =
Unconditioned Response BEFORE
CONDITIONING 1. 2. 3. 4. A conditioned response can be learned by starting with two things that naturally go together, like food and salivating, and adding a third component, like a ringing bell
This is how many of our emotional and physical reactions are learned.
The findings of Pavlov's experiment became the basis for Behaviorism The Results Classroom management and order (authority)
Association of seemingly negative things with positive feelings
Helps students to take minor risks
CAUTION! Students will already be
conditioned when they enter your classroom Application to Ed Psych Works Cited
http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/medicine/laureates/1904/pavlov-bio.html Andrew Sweeney