Behaviorism and Social Learning Annotated Bibliography
I do not want to conclude that human being behaves in a certain way because they decide to, I would wish to understand why a person acts in a certain way and how to make them behave the way I want. Woodward, W. R. The" discovery" of social behaviorism and social learning theory, 1870–1980. American Psychologist, 37(4), 396. A. The Etiology and Treatment of Significant Societal Problems: Behaviorists Diving into Murky Waters with Strangers The author of the article started by correcting other behaviorists claiming that they remain loyal to the ancient principles of operant conditioning making them restrict the populations they are treating to people with developmental and autism disabilities which is wrong. Instead, he explained how the principles could be used perfectly to analyze therapeutically and understand approaches to different populations.
The following are the various reasons why behaviorists more regularly deal with people with DD/AUT than those with other types of problems or disorders which the author outlined. The first one is because it is easier study the inner world of a patient. tandfonline. com/doi/abs/10. 1065810 The above article was written by various authors all of them using Bandura’s social learning theory to come up with a successful framework that could be used by universities and colleges in engaging new students in the content of research classes. According to the authors of this article claim that the attitude students have towards first-year research, varies from dread to anxiety to reluctance. Some students fear research courses while at the first year and it becomes hard for them to love or put some effort in this course while others do not recognize the value of research until later in life after college when they need it for their professional or personal lives.
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