B. F. Skinner

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Noun1.B. F. Skinner - United States psychologist and a leading proponent of behaviorism (1904-1990)
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Over the previous two years, I had been learning about the exciting new developments in clinical psychology and education that were resulting from the use of the behavioral principles that B.
As any student who had completed a course in Psychology 101 in his undergrad years would tell you (and this columnist had), this antiquated theory is based on the Skinnerian model of SR (stimulus-response), devised in the 1950s by the Harvard University behavioral psychologist B.
The story goes that either Julian Huxley or Erich Fromm left the AHA when it named B.
Chomsky upended the field of linguistics with a devastating critique of B.
The students receive one-to-one/ two-to-one student- teacher ratio therapy within a classroom setting based on the principals pioneered by B.
of California, Riverside) have edited selections from such well-known contributors as B.
The episode brings to mind the most celebrated psychologist since Sigmund Freud, B.
In the first part of the book, Islam sets the context, explaining the history of ISD, including B.
Programs across the country are proving what behavioral psychologist B.
told Sojourners "[Bill Gothard's] teachings are not based on the Bible but rather are more akin to the teachings of behavioral psychologist B.
This approach was proved 30 years ago in the pioneering work at Harvard by B.