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Definition of the noun behaviorist
What does behaviorist mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: behaviorists
- a psychologist who subscribes to behaviorism
Alternative definition of the noun behaviorist
- One who studies behavior of humans or animals.
Definition of the adjective behaviorist
What does behaviorist mean as an attribute of a noun?
- of or relating to behaviorism
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Behaviorist
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by W. George Scarlett
From a modern, behaviorist perspective, timeout means time out from reinforcement—a way to extinguish whatever misbehavior was being reinforced to continue and even increase. So, for example, if a child is disrupting meeting time by ...
A Dictionary of Language Acquisition:A Comprehensive Overview of Key Terms in First and Second Language Acquisition (2013)
A Comprehensive Overview of Key Terms in First and Second Language Acquisition by Hossein Tavakoli
behaviorism 41 behavioral psychology see BEHAVIORISM behaviorism also behaviorist theory, behaviorist psychology, behavioral psychology, behaviorist learning theory a psychological theory of learning dominant in the 1950s and 1960s, ...
by Jon E. Roeckelein
BEHAVIORIST THEORY whose goal was the prediction and control of behavior, whose boundaries recognized no dividing line between man and " lower" animal, and which rejected concepts such as mind, consciousness, and introspection ...
Dictionary Of Education (2010)
by Ramesh Shukla
Behavior analysis : Radically behaviorist application of behavior modification. Behavior checklist : A list of non-academic behaviors with a rating scale. Used by teachers, parents, or other adults in order to diagnose students as having a ...
by Robert T. Craig
Behaviorist psychology was a research agenda where behavior, defined as overt , visible, indisputable action, is the basis for analysis (Skinner, 1963). Early psychological behaviorists of note include B. F. Skinner, Ivan Pavlov, John B. Watson, ...
by Norbert M. Seel
Common to early behaviorist research was a focus on stimulus–response (S–R) associations, and learning was operationally defined as a change in behavior, without consideration of possible underlying mental phenomena. Most behaviorist ...
by Michael Lewis-Beck, Alan E Bryman, Tim Futing Liao
On the grounds that first-person reports of one's private consciousness are suspect because they cannot be independently verified, the methodological behaviorist seeks to replace personal introspection of one's own states of mind with ...
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- Behaviorist Meaning
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- Wolves Howling With Explanation From Behaviorist
- Behaviorist Theory of Second Language Acquisition
A Presentation on the Behaviorist Theory of SLA by Michelle Payne & Sharon Sitler.
- Dawn Farber, Child Behaviorist | Pre Language Skills
Child Behaviorist Dawn Farber works one on one with little Jordan. Watch him as he is captivated by mimicking sounds. This second video shows how he has ...
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Scrabble value of B3E1H4A1V4I1O1R1I1S1T1
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