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Ivan Pavlov 1849–1936: The man behind Pavlovian conditioning was educated in natural sciences in St Petersburg, Russia. #BestPsychologists #IvanPavlov
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Sigmund Freud 1856–1939
The founding father of psychoanalysis first qualified as a doctor of medicine at the University of Vienna. #BestPsychologists #SigmundFreud
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Carl Jung 1875–1961
Jung studied medicine, at the University of Basel. His interest in spiritual phenomena lead him to combine his two passions and become involved in the field of psychiatry, His dissertation was entitled “On the Psychology and Pathology of So-Called Occult Phenomena”. #BestPsychologists #CarlJung
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Melanie Klein 1882–1960
Austrian psychoanalyst, Melanie Klein reached academic fame in the early 20th century for her work on psychoanalytic child psychology. Klein’s ideas included a strong belief in the therapeutic effects of child play. #BestPsychologists #MelanieKlein
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Anna Freud 1895–1982
Daughter of the illustrious Sigmund Freud, Anna Freud has certainly found her own voice in the world of psychological discovery. #BestPsychologists #AnnaFreud