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Synonyms for behaviouristic

of or relating to behaviorism

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A step that helped to unveil the intricacies involved in human emotions was the change among the scientists to concentrate more on cognitive psychology rather than behaviouristic or humanistic one.
There is a lagging behind in Europe in the cognitive approach in relation to the behaviouristic approach to the study of drivers' behaviour and reactions (Michon, 1985).
Dewey contested this overtly behaviouristic approach, seeing education as coming through the stimulation of the child's powers by the demands of the social situations in which he finds himself (Dewey 1897/2004).
This behaviouristic approach moved away from the initial psychological studies of negotiations, because it focused on how the real decisions differ from the decisions determined by normative models based on rational behaviour (Bazerman et al.
The theory, in its original formalisation, is purely behaviouristic.