Bechterew, Vladimir Mikhailovich

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Bechterew, Vladimir Mikhailovich

, Bekhterev, Bechterev (bek'te-ref?)
Russian neuropathologist, 1857–1927

Bechterew-Mendel reflex

See: Mendel-Bechterew reflex

Bechterew nucleus

Angular nucleus.

Bechterew reflex

1. Contraction of the facial muscles due to irritation of the nasal mucosa.
2. Dilatation of the pupil on exposure to light.
3. Contraction of the lower abdominal muscles when the skin on the inner thigh is stroked.
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Con mayores implicancias, autores historicamente relevantes para la psicologia internacional como Alfred Adler, James Baldwin, Vladimir Bechterev, Franz Brentano, John Dewey, George Dumas, Paul Fraisse, Franz Galton, Carl Jung, Kurt Lewin, Abraham Maslow y Frederic Skinner (y en el ambito latinoamericano, autores regionales como Ardila y autores argentinos como Alberini, Pinero y Cortada de Kohan) son referidos solo una vez.
Horsley Gantt in the postpresentation discussion of Yakolev's (1959) chapter, "Bechterev." Gantt was an American who studied with Pavlov and who translated into English two books of Pavlov's lectures (Gantt, 1928a, 1928b).
La psicologia "objetiva" no comienza con Watson, y encontramos antecedentes en Sechenov, Pavlov y Bechterev. En Estados Unidos Thorndike y los psicologos comparativos habian realizado importantes trabajos desde la perspectiva objetiva, no mentalista, de la psicologia.
Em 1916, num trabalho intitulado "O lugar do reflexo condicionado na Psicologia" introduziu o reflexo condicionado, cujo estudo havia sido aprofundado pelos russos Pavlov e Bechterev, como base explicativa para o comportamento humano.
I found a chance to get back to the hotel before the rest of the group left the Bechterev Institute and had lunch and a brief rest before lecturing at the Pavlov Institute.
Examples of visits to the sick include the narrator's walk with the mental patient Ernst Herbeck in Vertigo and, in a more bizarre instance, Jacques Austerlitz's experience in the household of his friend Gerald Fitzpatrick, whose uncle Evelyn shuffles about the perimeter of his room constantly, day after day, month after month, year after year, attempting to fend off the debilitating effects of an arthritic condition known in Europe as Bechterev's disease (ankylosing spondylitis).
Is it by accident that Bechterev first lectured on reflexology in 1917, the year of the October Revolution in Russia?
Although many dogs were used by Pavlov and his students, Professor Vladimir Bechterev, the leading Russian psychologist of the day (Pavlov was defiantly a physiologist), dismissed much of the findings because "Professor Pavlov bases his conclusions solely on his observations of one lively dog with abundant and spontaneous salivation .