Ivan PAVLOV 14 September 1849 – 27 February 1926


Russian Physiologist, Psychologist and Physician. He has pioneered the establishment of the fields of Psychophysiology and Experimental Psychology given his studies in physiology and psychology. His invention of the nature and functioning of conditional reflexes has led all research to the field of learning. He developed the Classical Conditioning (Conditional Reflex) experiments on dogs and the teaching of Sign Systems. In 1904, he was awarded the Nobel Laureate in Physiology and Medicine for his work on the digestive system.