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Definition of the adjective behavioristic
What does behavioristic mean as an attribute of a noun?
- of or relating to behaviorism
Alternative definition of the adjective behavioristic
- Of or pertaining to behaviorism, especially B. F. Skinner’s school of radical behaviorism.
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by Amy Wenzel
Behavioristic. Approach. As noted previously, the main empirical finding of learned helplessness studies is insufficient exploratory efforts following an absence of control manipulation. However, the manipulation of control confounds factors ...
Volume 39 - Supplement 4: Accreditation of Library Education to Videotex: Teletext, and the ImPatt of Television Systems Information Systems on Library Services by Allen Kent
BEHAVIORISTIC VIEW The rational tradition. being unrealistic, invoked sharp criticism from the "March-Cyert-Simon School." Simon (34) made an in-depth analysis of the rational approach and demolished the concept of the "economic man" ...
by Stephen W. Littlejohn, Karen A. Foss
behavioristic/learning theories, (b) consistency theories, (c) social judgment theory, and (d) functional theories will be used as an organizing framework here. Behavioristic/Learning ...
by W. Edward Craighead, Charles B. Nemeroff
Psychologists have also tried to negotiate the conflicts between mechanistic behavioristic psychology and humanistic psychology. an unlikely venture that becomes feasible if the focus is upon therapeutic concerns. Abraham Wandersman and ...
by Marc Bekoff, Carron A. Meaney
®behavioristic ̄. (see BEHAVIORISM) theories of animal learning. These theories arguedthat it was scientifically improper to talk about hypothetical mental processes. Inbiology a similar trendexisted in which animal behavior was ...
by Patrick R?ssler
The evaluation of this thesis might differ according to whether we start from a behavioristic or from an action-theoretical concept of media use. In the first case, the thesis has to be evaluated with a degree of skepticism; in the second case it has ...
by Mehdi Khosrowpour
Behavioristic Approach ' Benchmarking Behavioristic Approach: a learning approach whereby language, e.g., is learned through trial-and-error leaving no room for reflection (Bo-Kristensen & Meyer, 2008) Behind-the-Ear (BTE): a form of ...
by Harold L. Miller, Jr.
Theorizing about language as linguistic structures in the mind or brain was a reaction to behavioristic theorizing that viewed the human organism as responding to outside forces or stimuli, especially social stimuli, in learning to speak a ...
Authors such as Kurt Lewin, Leon Festinger, Erich Fromm, Carl Rogers, and Abraham Maslow are only a few among the many who did not adhere to the dominant behavioristic approach. All these streams of investigation paved the way for ...
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