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The new behaviorism

Author: J E R Staddon
Publisher: London : Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2014]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J E R Staddon
ISBN: 9781848726888 1848726880 9781848726871 1848726872
OCLC Number: 929829908
Description: ix, 282 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Part 1: History. 1. Early Behaviorism. 2. Behaviorism and Learning Psychology. Part 2: Radical Behaviorism. 3. Radical Behaviorism, I: Method. 4. Radical Behaviorism, II: Explanation. 5. Skinner and Theory. 6. Variation and Selection. 7. Behavior-Evolution Parallels. 8. Rationality. 9. Truth, Science and Behaviorism. 10. Free Will and Utopia. 11. Values. 12. Skinner and Mental Life. Part 3: The New Behaviorism. 13. Cognitivism and the New Behaviorism. 14. Theoretical Behaviorism. 15. Internal States: The Logic of Historical Systems. 16. Consciousness and Theoretical Behaviorism. Postscript to Parts 1-3: Alchemy of the Mind. Part 4: Behaviorism and Society. 17. Law, Punishment and Behaviorism. 18. Health-Care, I: The Schedule. 19. Health-Care, II: The Context. 20. Reinforcement and 'Socialized' Medicine. 21. Teaching.
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"Behaviorism has been dying a slow death, but John Staddon, in this lively volume, gives it a much-deserved shot in the arm. By letting go of Skinner's "radical behaviorism," Staddon is able to Read more...

 
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