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The movement toward objective research methods was well underway in comparative and animal psychology, which had expanded considerably by the end of the nineteenth century. Prominent among the many available examples is the work by Edward L. Thorndike (1874-1949), who investigated learning among diverse animal species in the late 1890s. Also, Robert Yerkes (1876-1956) began research on diverse species and helped introduce Pavlov's method of conditioning to American psychology (Yerkes & Morgulis, 1909).
Others who applied learning concepts to psychotherapy had suggested that learningbased treatments were better than traditional treatments. Wolpe, more than others before him, made this issue salient by directly comparing his case data with reports of outcomes from other facilities. The comparison made explicit a challenge to others to develop and test their techniques against desensitization. Second, the development and theoretical context of reciprocal inhibition therapies were consistent with the Zeitgeist.
Watson criticized the study of consciousness through introspection as highly mentalistic and subjective. Essentially, Watson crystallized a movement toward objectivism that was already well in progress. , McDougall, 1908; Meyer, 1911). The movement toward objective research methods was well underway in comparative and animal psychology, which had expanded considerably by the end of the nineteenth century. Prominent among the many available examples is the work by Edward L. Thorndike (1874-1949), who investigated learning among diverse animal species in the late 1890s.