behavioristic psychology

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Noun1.behavioristic psychology - an approach to psychology that emphasizes observable measurable behaviorbehavioristic psychology - an approach to psychology that emphasizes observable measurable behavior
experimental psychology, psychonomics - the branch of psychology that uses experimental methods to study psychological issues
reflexology - the study of reflex action as it relates to the behavior of organisms
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A drugstore is a veritable laboratory in behavioristic psychology. I learned what people do in secret." Without having spent a day in high school or pharmaceutical school, he officially became a pharmacist by easily passing the state pharmacy examination.
Superficially, Mind might seem designed to flaunt the so-called cognitive revolution in front of any who find cognitive constructs inherently dualistic and anachronistic, Certainly, during the heyday of classic behavioristic psychology, the discipline did not widely endorse the book's focal constructs--mind, imagery, and memory.
studies, in 1969, the influence of behavioristic psychology had begun to be felt in psychiatric hospitals, in Veterans' Administration Hospitals, and in residential centers that served persons with mental retardation.