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  1. Biography - Watson, John (1850-1907): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2002-01-01
  2. Piece of paper signed by Ian MacLaren, pseudonym of Rev. John Watson (1850-1907). by Ian; John Watson MacLaren, 1899-01-01
  3. Church folks by Ian Maclaren (Dr. John Watson). by Maclaren. Ian. 1850-1907., 1900-01-01
  4. Graham of Claverhouse by Ian Maclaren [i.e. J. Watson]. by Maclaren. Ian. 1850-1907., 1908-01-01

1. Watson, John
In his time, foreignborn pioneer John Watson (1827-1916) claimed land in Lisbon, fought honorably in the Civil War, voted for Abe Lincoln, built a still-standing home and
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2. Watson, John
Watson John English Presbyterian clergyman author Ian Mclaren
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@import url(../index.css); Watson, John Aitons Encyclopedia Watson, John (1850-1907), an English Presbyterian clergyman and author who used the pen name of Ian Maclaren. He was born at Manningtree, Essex. He was educated at Edinburgh University and at the University of Tubingen. He was located at Edinburgh, Logiealmond, Glasgow, and Liverpool, respectively. He has written several religious works, among them The Mind of the Master, The Upper Room, and The Potter's Wheel. The work for which Watson is best known is a series of sketches of life in Highland parishes, Beside the Bonnie Briar Bush. It was followed by The Days of Auld Lang Syne, a book of similar character. See BESIDE THE BONNIE BRIAR BUSH.
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3. Watson, John (Jan 9, 1878 - Sep 25, 1958) - Credo Reference Topic
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4. John B. Watson - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Watson, John B., Psychological Review, 20, pp. 158–177. Conditioned emotional reactions (The Little Albert study, 1920). Watson, John B. Rayner, Rosalie, Journal of Experimental
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Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate (July 2010) John Broadus Watson (January 9, 1878 – September 25, 1958) was an American psychologist who established the psychological school of behaviorism , after doing research on animal behavior. He also conducted the controversial " Little Albert " experiment.
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Watson grew up in Travelers Rest, South Carolina and attended Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. A precocious student, he entered college at the age of 16 (he became a member of the Kappa Alpha Order ) and left with a masters degree aged 21. He spent a year as a principal for grade school, then entered the University of Chicago to study philosophy with John Dewey on the recommendation of Furman professor, Gordon Moore, who was a major proponent of the view that life and the behavior of living organisms could be explained entirely by chemistry and physics without recourse to a supposed "vital force". Accordingly, Loeb taught that all behavior was dictated by instinct and learned responses to stimuli.

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6. Bridges Of Metropolitan Cleveland By Sara Ruth Watson And John R. Wolfs - Clevel
Full text of the book written by Sara Ruth Watson and John R. Wolfs. Provides historic information on the most important bridges in Cuyahoga County.
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"The panorama of Cleveland's Cuyahoga Valley shows bridges of all sizes, styles, functions and types. We are chronicling a history of bridges, but with special attention to the influence of our environment upon them. By discovering this influence as it has operated in the past, we can design and build with better understanding for the future. Descriptions are sometimes technical and detailed, sometimes sociological and historical, and sometimes humorous, chatty, even legendary. In short, there is something for everyone-for the engineer, for the local historian, for the sociologist, and, last but not least, we hope, for the general reader who has a bit of curiosity." Dr. Watson, a former Professor of English and Engineering at Fenn College, initiated and from 1940 to 1970, taught a pioneer course in the History of Civil Engineering. In 1983 she donated The Wilbur and Sara Ruth Watson Bridge Book Collection to the Cleveland State University Library.

7. Watson, John - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Watson, John
Scottish novelist. He wrote under the name ‘Ian Maclaren’ and was one of the victims of criticism of the Kailyard School. His works include Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush 1894,
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John Watson 1878 1958. John Watson was born in South Carolina in 1878 and grew up on a farm. His father left the family when John was about 13.
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John Watson was born in South Carolina in 1878 and grew up on a farm. His father left the family when John was about 13. Watson claimed to have been unruly and a poor student as a youngster, and by all accounts he seemed destined to follow his father's model of violence and recklessness. But he had ambition, a certain courage, and considerable skill at self-promotion: He entered Furman University at age 16. He received a masters degree after five years and went on to the University of Chicago to pursue a doctorate in psychology and philosophy. Along the way, he dropped the philosophy and received his PhD in psychology in 1903. Five years later, Johns Hopkins University appointed him professor of experimental and comparative psychology. By then Watson had already formed ideas that would become a whole branch of psychology: behaviorism . He studied the biology, physiology, and behavior of animals, inspired by the recent work of

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John Broadus Watson (January 9, 1878 – September 25, 1958) was an American psychologist who established the psychological school of behaviorism.
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John Broadus Watson (January 9, 1878 – September 25, 1958) was an American psychologist who established the psychological school of behaviorism . He did extensive research on animal behavior, but is perhaps best known for having claimed that he could take any 12 healthy infants and, by applying behavioral techniques, create whatever kind of person he desired. Watson also conducted the controversial "Little Albert" experiment, and his own personal life generated scandal. Nevertheless his work had great significance for the field of psychology, leading to the development of research methods and new understanding, despite its limitations.
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    John Broadus Watson was born in 1878 in Greenville, South Carolina , to Emma and Pickens Watson. His family was poor, and his father left them in 1891. A precocious but troublesome student, he entered Furman University in 1894, and graduated with a master’s degree at the age of 21. After spending a year teaching grade school , he entered the University of Chicago to study philosophy with John Dewey . However, after studying with Dewey, Watson claimed not to understand his teaching, and he soon sought out a different academic path. He considered working on the

12. Watson, John B. (1878–1958) - Encyclopedia Of Children And Childhood In Histor
The details of John B. Watson's contributions to developmental and CHILD PSYCHOLOGY are largely unknown to modern psychologists, who see little of them beyond textbook summaries.
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CHILD PSYCHOLOGY are largely unknown to modern psychologists, who see little of them beyond textbook summaries. Based on an objective, empirical foundation, the best early twentieth-century research in developmental physiology, and his own work with animals, Watson adopted a life-span developmental approach which emphasized combining observational research with laboratory work employing the precision of Pavlovian principles. Watson was one of the first psychologists to argue for the impressive cognitive competence of infants, question the prevailing prejudice of inevitable intellectual decline in old age, and, unlike other pioneering developmentalists such as G. S TANLEY H ALL , J EAN P IAGET , and A RNOLD G ESELL Animal Education (1903), an analysis of the relationship between brain and behavior development in rats, suggested to Watson that infant humans, like infant rats, were not the passive, cognitively limited organisms that some of his contemporaries suggested. His extensive ethological and laboratory studies of seabirds ( The Behavior of Noddy and Sooty Terns

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    Watson, John B(roadus) (born Jan. 9, 1878, Travelers Rest, near Greenville, S.C., U.S.—died Sept. 25, 1958, New York, N.Y.) U.S. psychologist.
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