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100 What is the behaviourist view of human nature? Back
500 Behaviorism can be said to be a reaction to what? Back
200 Psychology should concentrate on what? Back
100 as a behaviorist sees it: Freewill is ___ Back
400 Behavior is the product of _________ Back
500 Behaviorism emphasizes what? Back
100 who brought us classical conditioning? Back
200 What is the law of effect? And who coined it? Back
100 What is operant conditioning? And who coined it Back
400 Bandura is best known for _____ Back
100 Describe Watsons famous experiment and its importance Back
200 State two empirical studies used to support Behaviourism and the major findings of each. Back
200 In operant conditioning, bar pressing behaviour that is not ___ will undergo extinction. Back
400 State the four contingencies of reinforcement. Which ones will result in the steadiest rate of learning? Back
300 Describe the difference between negative reinforcement and punishment. State an example of each Back
300 What is a token economy? Back
300 What is drive reduction theory? Back
100 What was Skinners model of education called? Back
500 How does skinner account for language acquisition? Back
200 How did Behaviourism affect the nature/nurture debate? Why? Back
400 State two major criticisms of Behaviourism. Back
300 state two positive contributions of behaviorism. Back
400 How would a behaviorist explain gender roles? Back
400 How has Behaviourism contributed to the systematic study of psychology? Back
What is the difference b/n behaviour therapy and behaviour modification? State one specific method used by each and cite a theorist who studied each and what disorders they worked with. Back
Place your wagers!! Back
State 2 strengths and 2 weaknesses aspects of Behaviourism. Back
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Learn how to evaluate an approach Highlight some strengths and weaknesses of the behaviourist approach.
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