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Introduction to modern behaviorism

Howard Rachlin

Introduction to modern behaviorism

by Howard Rachlin

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Published by Freeman in San Francisco .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Rachlin Howard.
SeriesOpen University set book
The Physical Object
Pagination208p. :
Number of Pages208
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16520016M
ISBN 100716709279

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Behaviorism is primarily concerned with observable behavior, as opposed to internal events like thinking. Behavior is the result of stimulus–response (i.e., all behavior, no matter how complex, can be reduced to a simple stimulus – response features). Behavior is determined by the environment (e.g., conditioning, nurture).

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In this Fifth Edition, B.R. Hergenhahn demonstrates that most of the concerns of contemporary psychologists are 5/5(3). This volume is a companion to Modern Perspectives of John B. Watson and Classical Behaviorism edited by Todd and Morris and published by Greenwood Press in Excerpt The beginning of behaviorism as a distinct viewpoint within psychology is usually traced to the publication of John B.

Watson's "manifesto," Psychology as the Behaviorist. Definition of Behaviorism Behaviorism equates learning with behaviors that can be observed and measured. Reinforcement is key to successful transfer through behavioristic learning. Strong emphasis on the stimulus, the response and the relationship between them.

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Skinner, Albert. behaviorism, school of psychology which seeks to explain animal and human behavior entirely in terms of observable and measurable responses to environmental stimuli. Behaviorism was introduced () by the American psychologist John B.

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Behaviorism is a theoretical approach in psychology that emphasizes the study of behavior — that is, the outwardly observable reactions to a stimulus of an organism, whether animal or human — rather than the content of the mind or the physiological correlates of behavior. Largely centered in the United States, behaviorism had an early stage ( – ) that was .Radical behaviorism was pioneered by B.

F. Skinner and is his "philosophy of the science of behavior." It refers to the philosophy behind behavior analysis, and is to be distinguished from methodological behaviorism—which has an intense emphasis on observable behaviors—by its inclusion of thinking, feeling, and other private events in the analysis of human and animal .