The Great Ideas of Psychology by The Great Courses, Professor Daniel N. Robinson, The Great

By The Great Courses, Professor Daniel N. Robinson, The Great Courses

Those forty-eight lectures learn the conceptual and ancient foundations, the equipment, the key findings, and the dominant views in psychology. the topic is significant. The lectures are designed to accomplish stability among easy techniques and real-life concerns; among the “hard technological know-how” and “soft technology” of psychology; among the private and the social; among the traditional and the deviant.

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Skinner was confident that child-rearing is simply a more complex form of operant conditioning. Thus, the issue of behavioral control is already settled. B. For Skinner, the notion of autonomy is simply superfluous romanticism. C. In some respects, the environment certainly plays a formative role through “incidental reinforcement” and the like, as reinforcement occurs all the time. However, reference to the environment is certainly not exhaustive. II. Skinner would argue that suggesting societal reform is simply suggesting that behavior must be reinforced differently.

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