Timeline Chapters 10-12

  • Anna O case finished (When Breuer finished treating her)

  • Freud earned his medical degree

  • Freud published Interpretation of Dreams

  • Pavlov wins the Nobel Prize

    Pavlov earned the Nobel prize for his painstaking and ingenious investigating the physiology of digestion. The Nobel Prize ceremony was held in Stockholm, Sweden. Pavlov's conditioning research eventually provided a model for American behavioral scientists.
  • Carl Jung publishes The Psychology of Dementia Praecox.

  • Edward Thorndike publishes Animal Intelligence. The article leads to the development of the theory of operant conditioning.

  • John B. Watson's Behaviorist Manifesto

    American behaviorist often trae thier roots to this paper that he tried out in a talk at Columbia University. It was published shortly there after.
  • Carl Jung begins to depart from Freudian views and develops his own theories, which are eventually known as analytical psychology.

  • Sigmund Freud publishes work on repression.

  • John B. Watson publishes Psychology, From the Standpoint of a Behaviorist.

  • Watson and Rayner's Little Albert study is published

    The results were first published in the February 1920 issue of the Journal of Experimental Psychology.
  • Pavlov combines his work on conditioning

    Pavlov organized a series of lectures that summarized about 25 years of his work on conditioning. It was published as "Conditioned Relfexes:An investigatio of the Physiological Activity of the Cerebral Cortex by the British Royal Society in 1927.
  • Tolman's 1st theory of learning

    He produced "Purposive Behavior in Animals and Men". Moler/Molecular Behavior. He called his theory "field theory".
  • Pavlov died

    He died from pneumonia. The soviets treated him like a war hero, they erected a monument in St. Petersburg.
  • John B Watson Dies

  • Tolman's 2nd theory of learning

    He contributed to the chapter "Principles of purposive Behavior" in Sigmund Koch's seven-vloume series. Psychology: A study of a science.