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This paper presents a biography of Ivan Pavlov's life, with special attention to his upbringing and education. The paper traces the influences in Pavlov's life that caused him to leave religion behind and become interested in psychiatry. The paper also describes Pavlov's theories of conditioned responses and his contributions to modern psychology.
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