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Behaviourism
February 1, 2011
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"In the United States, behaviorism became the dominant school of thought during the 1950s. Behaviorism was founded in the early 20th century by John B. Watson, and embraced and extended by Edward Thorndike, Clark L. Hull, Edward C. Tolman, and later B.F. Skinner. Theories of learning emphasized the ways in which people might be predisposed, or conditioned, by their environments to behave in certain ways.

Classical conditioning was an early behaviorist model. It posited that behavioral tendencies are determined by immediate associations between various environmental stimuli and the degree of pleasure or pain that follows."

 Im interested in learning about this branch of psychology. I am just starting so i am calling experts and laymen alike to join in.

 How behaviourism influences us using stimuli; pleasure, pain, reward and punishment.

chinadoll. It's time to slough away the distractions that take one off courseYell. There are eyes and minds wanting to get to the meat of it….some of the "biopsychosocial" responses meeted out here are just smokin' mirrors. Lets clear the room of all that, bring our links, personal experiences and observations to the thread window.

We're here now people, no use migrating elsewhere? Come to the table and start soul mining with the aide of scientific facts and human experience.

 Testing 1,2,3!Laugh

February 1, 2011
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oops.i forgot the links for that post. The links within that one will give the discussion a point of reference and can be researched outside of Wiki.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychology

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Behaviorism

 

Thanks!

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