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Yaroshevsky M. G.
Walter Cannon, Ivan Pavlov and the problem of emotional behavior

W. Cannon's theory of emotions denied James-Lange hypothesis of body — consciousness dualism. The latter was critisized by L. S. Vygotsky as well as Scheler-Diltey intentional theory. There was close personal and scientific bondage between W. Cannon and I. Pavlov. W. Cannon included the concept of conditioned reflex in Ms theory of emotional behavior. I. Pavlov included subcortex functions, corresponding to Cannon's «main emotions», into the scheme of higher nervous activity. W. Cannon and I. Pavlov both considered the behavior concept to be different from psychology of consciousness and from neurophysiology.

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