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Ch 11: Development of Behaviorism

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Discover or enhance your current understanding of the development of behaviorism with help from this entertaining chapter. Benefit from access to short lessons, mini quizzes and other learning tools that can help you understand an assignment, prepare for a test or boost your grades.

Development of Behaviorism - Chapter Summary

This chapter is designed to simplify your study of the development of behaviorism. Created by top instructors, engaging lessons closely examine major figures, theories and the historical contexts of behaviorism. Choose the lessons you want to review, and navigate them in any order. Take quizzes accompanying the lessons to assess your comprehension of the concepts they cover. A practice exam is available to gauge your understanding of the entire chapter. Utilizing these resources will enable you to:

  • Summarize the history of behaviorism and contributions of John B. Watson
  • Analyze emotions, instincts and thought processes in behaviorism
  • Point out the contributions Karl Lashley made to behaviorism
  • Outline William McDougall's theories and the history of the Watson-McDougall debate

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