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John Watson

A Science Odyssey: People and Discoveries: John Watson

Concise summary about John B. Watson's life and work.

Conditioned Emotional Reactions

Also dubbed as "The Little Albert" study, Watson wrote this report on the experiment he conducted with Rosalie Rayner on the classical conditioning of a nine-month old boy to develop fear of white rats.

Furman University: John Broadus Watson (1878-1958)

Biography describes childhood, advertising career, life on the farm, and commemorations. Includes years at Furman, Chicago, and Johns Hopkins.

John B. Watson, Behaviorism, and "Behavior: An Introduction to Comparative Psychology"

Talks about John B. Watson's campaign for the acknowledgment of behaviorism in the psychological community and the first textbook of the new behaviorism.

John Broadus Watson and "Psychology from the Standpoint of a Behaviorist"

Describes Watson's life in terms of his work background and the book that changed the views on behaviorism.

John Broadus Watson, I-O Psychologist

Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Inc. gives the Industrial-Organizational Psychology account of John Watson's life and work, including details about his service during WWI.

NNDB: John Watson

Quick and interesting facts on behaviorist John B. Watson.

Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It

Provides a copy of John B. Watson's 1913 article.

Psychology History: John B. Watson

Gives an account of Watson's life. With some pictures and a timeline.

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