If we ever do end up acting just like rats or Pavlov's dogs, it will be largely because behaviorism has conditioned us to do so.— Richard Rosen
Most Powerful Pavlov quotations
If we ever do end up acting just like rats or Pavlov's dogs, it will be largely because behaviorism has conditioned us to do so.
Well, even to this day, if I smell a Big Mac, I'm like Pavlov's dog.
My mouth starts watering immediately, like, 'Man, that is so good,' but I can't take a bite of it.
I'd say 3/4 of advertising works on pure Pavlov.
Think how association, pure association, works. Take Coca-Cola company (we're the biggest share-holder). They want to be associated with every wonderful image: heroics in the Olympics, wonderful music, you name it. They don't want to be associated with presidents' funerals and so-forth.
Pavlov's findings were that some animals learned more quickly if rewarded (by affection, by food, by stroking) each time they showed the right response, while others learned more quickly when the penalty for not learning was a painful stimulus.
You dogs are smart enough to know that worry is something you do with a bone, and let it got at that. Even Pavlov couldn't do any more than prove that your brain is in your gut--something that you knew all along.
Since Pawlow [Pavlov] and his pupils have succeeded in causing the secretion of saliva in the dog by means of optic and acoustic signals, it no longer seems strange to us that what the philosopher terms an 'idea' is a process which can cause chemical changes in the body.
If Pavlov tested his cat he would have failed.
Branne's [Pavlovic] parents wanted him to become a taxi driver, but he became a stand-up comedian instead. So they died of shame.
Men have been trained and conditioned by women, not unlike the way Pavlov conditioned his dogs, into becoming their slaves.
There are names like Savoy Hotel, Caruso, Shangri-La, Pavlove, Mount Everest and the Treorchy Male Choir that just hang up there as peaks of excellence - perfect things that we simply take for granted as symbols of greatness. So imagine how delighted and honoured I am to join with all the other small peaks in congratulating the Choir of Choirs on its anniversary. In admiration, since I was a boy!
I think [Ann Coulter] understands that, she's Pavlov's dog.
She gets the corn kernel if she hits that drum once in a while.
The final war will be between Pavlov's dog and Schoedinger's Cat.
I'll be Pavlov, you be the dog.
Very, very good Pavlov, all your dogs have barked when you rang the bell. Your test was successful.
The truth is, Pavlov's dog trained Pavlov to ring this bell just before the dog salivated.
Spirituality belongs to the eternal, and religion belongs to the temporal.
Religion belongs to people's behavior. It is really what Pavlov, Skinner, Delgado and others call a conditioning of the behavior. The child is brought up by Christians - then he is conditioned in one way, he becomes a Christian.
I'm not close to him." He looked at me defiantly. "But he's put his whole life into this. He's no Freud or Jung or Pavlov or Watson, but he's doing something important and I respect his dedication - maybe even more because he's just an ordinary man trying to do a great man's work, while the great men are all busy making bombs.