High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Jerzy Konorski (December
1, 1903 in od, Poland - November 14, 1973 in Warsaw, Poland) was a
Polish neurophysiologist who further developed the work of Ivan
Pavlov by discovering secondary conditioned reflexes and also
operant conditioning. He also proposed the concepts of grandmother
cell and similar ideas to Donald Hebb upon neural plasticity. When
he and Stefan Miller were medical students in Warsaw they proposed
another type of conditioned reflex in addition to that discovered
by Pavlov which was under the control of reward. This has come to
be known as "type II conditioned reflexes," or secondary
conditioned reflexes Type II conditioned reflexes are now known as
operant or instrumental conditioning. He spent two years at
Pavlov's laboratory as the result of a letter that he sent to
Pavlov describing this work. Pavlov however was never convinced
that instrumental conditioning (which Konorski called "Type II" to
distinguish it from Pavlov's "Type I" learning) differed in any
important way from his own Type I conditioning.
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