I. Three Stages of Behaviorism. A. Periods 1. 1913-1930: Watsonian behaviorism Watson2. 1930-1960: neobehaviorismTolman, Hull, and Skinner 3. 1960-present: sociobehaviorism and cognitive processes Bandura and Rotter. Three Stages of Behaviorism. B. 1930-1960: neobehaviorism a. core of psychology is the study of learning b. most behavior can be accounted for by the laws of conditioning c. psychology must adopt the principle of operationism.
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