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 Behaviorism - Psychology Dictionary of Arguments
 
Behaviorism is a psychological approach that focuses on observable behaviors, rather than internal processes like thoughts and emotions. It posits that behaviors are learned and shaped by interaction with the environment through conditioning. Behaviorism emphasizes empirical, measurable evidence and has significantly influenced both psychology and education.
 
Author Item    More authors for concept
Behaviorism Aggression   Aggression
Behaviorism Conditioning   Conditioning
Behaviorism Ethics   Ethics
Behaviorism Learning   Learning
Behaviorism Measurements   Measurements
Behaviorism Method   Method
Behaviorism Morality   Morality

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Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2024-06-15