What Is the Behaviorist Perspective?


The behaviourist perspective is unlike most other perspectives. This is because it is a view of people as being controlled by their environment and particularly that individuals are the result of what we have learned from their environment.
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The Behaviorist
humanistic perspective.
Behaviourism: - concerned soley with observable and measurable phenomena. - so disregard thought. - all behaviour is shaped by previous reward. An organism experiences a stimulus
D. When you think psychoanalytic, think Freud and when you think Freud think the conflicting consciousness and unconsciousness as well as childhood experience. Source(s) AP Psychology
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