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Groundbreaking work of behaviorism began with Watson 's and Rayner's studies of conditioning in 1920. [115] Behaviorally-centered therapeutic approaches appeared as early as 1924 [116] with Mary Cover Jones ' work dedicated to the unlearning of fears in children. [117] These were the antecedents of the development of Joseph Wolpe 's behavioral therapy in the 1950s. [115] It was the work of Wolpe and Watson, which was based on Ivan Pavlov 's work on learning and conditioning, that influenced Hans Eysenck and Arnold Lazarus to develop new behavioral therapy techniques based on classical conditioning. [115] [118] One of Eysenck's colleagues, Glenn Wilson showed that classical fear conditioning in humans could be controlled by verbally induced cognitive expectations, [119] thus opening a field of research that supports the rationale of cognitive behaviorial therapy.

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