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I.P. Pavlov and the freedom reflex

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Abstract:

Why was Ivan Pavlevich Pavlov so widely celebrated in the decades after 1900? As his story of the 'freedom reflex' illustrates, Pavlov often overstated his observations. By calling all innate behaviour a reflex and all learned behaviour a conditional reflex, he meant to eliminate consciousness and volition from science. Pavlov's universal reflex explanation became the prototype for behaviourism.

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 3616 Chestnut St. Apt. 3, Lafayette, CA 94549, USA. ., Email: baars@nsi.edu

Publication date: January 1, 2003

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