PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Applied Psychology, Rosalie Rayner, Little Albert Experiment

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For sechenov, the basic unit of study is the reflex, including three parts: Pavlov later described his work in terms of classical conditioning. Pavlov researched variations in classical conditioning, including delayed conditioning, simultaneous conditioning, and trace conditioning. Pavlov evaluated the processes of extinction, spontaneous recovery, disinhibition, stimulus generalization, and discrimination as well as the interaction of temperament and conditioning: pavlov"s later work focused on experimental neurosis: He assaulted the nervous system of dogs and studied their responses. He described ultramaximal inhibition, a state of protective shock: Extensive research revealed three different after effects of ultramaximal inhibition: the equivalent phase, the paradoxical phase, the ultraparadoxical phase, which may occur in human conversion experiences. Pavlov became interested in problem solving, and he worked to challenge the claims of the gestalt psychologists (see chapter 15): vladimir mikhailovich bekhterev (pavlo contemporary), advanced reflexology: An objective psychology based on the idea that the reflex is the fundamental category of inquiry: konstantin nikolaevich kornilov, articulated reactology:

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