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not private in the Skinnerian sense) but nonetheless subjective.
In the past decades, Sigrid Glenn, from the proposition of the concept of metacontingency, has developed a behavioral analytical proposal that seeks to amplify the Skinnerian treatment given to cultural selection/evolution processes (e.
The latter option--consequentialism--is consistent with hard determinism, given that nothing about consequentialism requires that agents be construed as ultimately responsible for their behavior, and further given that Skinnerian conditioning and related forms of autonomy-neutral or even autonomy-undermining forms of conditioning are obviously consistent with determinism.
Sensation and reward are often studied, but almost never together, and the advent of Skinnerian behavioralism 70 years ago is sometimes posited as a factor in the separation.
Positive and negative reinforcement do shape us, and my Skinnerian roots led me to emphasize that fact much more than the average Darwinian.
This should not pose a problem to anyone but the most unreconstructed Skinnerian, but it does reveal the contemporary concerns that underscore Emon's project.
Rafieian describes how the idea of dissociation, which was present in the works of Morton Price, William James, and Carl Jung, was sidelined for a while with the advent of Freudian psychoanalysis and Skinnerian behaviorism, to be later resurrected in the neodissociation theory of Ernest Hilgard in the context of the need for treating psychological traumas resulting from WWII by means of hypnosis (p.
In the late 1960's and early 1970's, precision teaching involved a small and vibrant community of dedicated Skinnerian behavior analysts, led by Ogden Lindsley, Eric Haughton, and a handful of their colleagues and students.
The fact, however, is that research on verbal behavior and treatment of verbal behavior disorders based on Skinnerian analysis are flourishing.
Random reinforcement is the most effective means of installing a behavior," she speculated, recalling basic Skinnerian conditioning, but was not certain exactly what payoff she received.
In the Skinnerian vocabulary anachronism compares with myth, which historians should also avoid.
8) Second, to assert that human beings and entrepreneurs are adept at taking behavioral cues and being context sensitive implies a passive, Skinnerian adjustment to the context.
Essentialism has affinities with Skinnerian and Pavlovian behaviorism.
Over 20 years, Gagne's views on the instruction/learning process changed from an early commitment to Skinnerian behaviorism (Gagne, 1965) to a later commitment to human information processing theory (Gagne, 1985).