“While you are studying, observing, experimenting, do not remain content with the surface of things….In your work there must always be passion.”
— Ivan Pavlov, scientist who first modeled classical conditioning as a mechanism of learning, “Bequest of Pavlov to the Academic Youth of His Country,” 1936
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