1. parent describe well enough way child acting like. I saw such kids.
Not to put too fine a point on it, but I don't believe you.
2. Your reference to “Humorism” is not about clinical Pavlov typologies eastern psychology based on.
yes, It have some small similarity and share some “termilogy”.
Pavlov classification well researched, developed and proven on east based on degree of irritation, level of and strength of it, stability and inhibition nerve system operate.
Pavlov's work, like pretty much everything scientific in the Stalinist USSR, was marred by a lot of political intriguing and refusal to accept how scientific progress actually advances. Pavlov was taken very much like Lysenko, and if you want a longer treatment of it you can read Chapter 6 of Stalin and the Soviet Science Wars
(Pollock, Ethan, Princeton University Press, 2006). Pavlov was not the only person to try to make a modern basis out of humorism; there have been American creationist-related attempts as well. However the short version of it is that Pavlov's reflexive theory was questioned even in Russia by physiologists there; in the west the study of biochemistry rapidly outpaced Soviet science, and it quickly became clear in the early sixties if not sooner that genetics did in fact influence mental pathologies. Of course, the dogmatic adherence to Lysenko's theories meant that accepting these results was politically impossible in the USSR.
This is the second post in two days where I've done the research (I'm looking at you too, Climacus) as against an appeal to a vague to nonexistent authority. Everything I can find thus far treats Pavlov's system as pretty much of historical interest: the work referenced in the Wikipedia article, for instance, barely even registers on Amazon and has a tiny footprint in university libraries. Pavlov's theories haven't caught on in the USA not because of some western bias/godlessness1
but because research hasn't borne them out.
And while we're at it, here's some really severe autism
, and there are plenty more videos like it on YouTube.1
"Godlessness" is ironic considering how much godless soviet politics was responsible for promoting Pavlov.