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Page creatorJers (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation12:28, 13 October 2014
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Behaviorism was once the major force in AmBehaviorism was once the major force in American psychology. It participated in great advances in our understanding of reward and punishment, especially in animals. It drove powerful movements in education and social policy. As a self-identified movement, it is today a vigorous but isolated offshoot. But its main ideas have been absorbed into experimental psychology.een absorbed into experimental psychology. +
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