Russian scientist who studied conditioned response in organisms, most famously by causing his dog salivate each and every time he rang a bell. He received the Nobel Reward for Physiology or Medication in 1904 for his study in to the physiology of digestive function. Originally he was their studies at an Ecclesiastical Seminary, but used in the University or college of Saint Petersburg. While his efforts to mindset are enormous, he regarded as himself not a psychologist, as well as disliked the field. Experienced five children called Wirchik, Vera, Victor, Vladimir and Vsevolod. Bertrand Russell was a supporter of his viewpoint of mind.