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* [[Ivan Pavlov]]'s experiments with dogs and [[classical conditioning]] (1900s)
 
* [[Ivan Pavlov]]'s experiments with dogs and [[classical conditioning]] (1900s)
 
* [[John B. Watson]] and [[Rosalie Rayner]] conduct the [[Little Albert experiment]] showing evidence of [[classical conditioning]] (1920)
 
* [[John B. Watson]] and [[Rosalie Rayner]] conduct the [[Little Albert experiment]] showing evidence of [[classical conditioning]] (1920)
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* [[John B. Watson]] [[Kerplunk experiment]]
 
* [[Solomon Asch]]'s [[Asch conformity experiments|conformity experiments]] shows how group pressure can persuade an individual to conform to an obviously wrong opinion (1951)
 
* [[Solomon Asch]]'s [[Asch conformity experiments|conformity experiments]] shows how group pressure can persuade an individual to conform to an obviously wrong opinion (1951)
 
* [[B.F. Skinner]]'s demonstrations of [[operant conditioning]] (1930s - 1960s)
 
* [[B.F. Skinner]]'s demonstrations of [[operant conditioning]] (1930s - 1960s)

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