A discussion among scientists
Pavlov held that aU behaviour is reflex and that the explanation of all human psychiatric problems is to be found in experiments on animals. In what ways and with what justification have Pavlov's views been superseded?
Chairman: John Cohen , Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology, Manchester
G. P. Meredith , Ph.D. Professor of Psychology, Leeds
R. A. Hinde, D.Phil.
Department of Zoology, Cambridge
F. H. George, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology. Bristol
Department of Zoology, Glasgow
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