Maple Brings Fresh Hope (and Complimentary Christina Tosi Cookies) to Desk Jockeys
... a Maple binge recently, delving deep into the service and responding to the daily 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. email alerts trumpeting the five-item lunch and dinner menus in an increasingly drooly manner that would have greatly interested Dr. Ivan Petrovich ...
Bark for Bernie
Ivan Petrovich Pavlov was a pioneer in behavioral psychology who won a Nobel Prize in 1904 for his work on conditioned responses. Pavlov is classically referenced as discovering that dogs salivating at the sight of food could also be conditioned to do ...
Australians dogged by Pavlovian politics
Eureka Street (satire) (registration)
The Russian neurologist, Ivan Petrovich Pavlov, discovered that you can change the behaviour of animals by changing the circumstances in which that behaviour takes place ('classical conditioning'). So, while dogs generally don't react to bells, he ...
The Globalist Quiz
San Jose Mercury News
The first Russian laureate was Ivan Petrovich Pavlov, who was awarded the Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1904. Russia's most recent laureate is Konstantin Novoselov, a University of Manchester-based professor, who received the 2010 Physics Prize.