The Behaviorist Theory. By: Sam Barnette. What is Behaviorism?. The prediction and control of human behavior where independent thinking plays no real part in its teaching methods Belief that men could be studied based on their behavior A school of thought began in the 19 th century .
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By: Sam Barnette
Some other theorists include:
These movements were the primary, but not only thoughts within the behaviorist movement. Many thoughts branched from those of Skinner and Watson and focused on the study of human behavior in schools.
De Mar, Gary (1989). http://www.forerunner.com/forerunner/X0497_DeMar_-_Behaviorism.html
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