Definition of Behaviorists

1. Noun. (plural of behaviorist) ¹



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Definition of Behaviorists

1. behaviorist [n] - See also: behaviorist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Behaviorists

behavioral crises
behavioral crisis
behavioral force
behavioral objective
behavioral pattern
behavioral patterns
behavioralism
behavioralist
behavioralists
behaviorally
behaviorism
behaviorisms
behaviorist
behavioristic
behavioristic psychology
behaviorists (current term)
behaviors
behaviorwise
behaviour
behaviour and behaviour mechanisms
behaviour chain
behaviour disorder
behaviour reflex
behaviour therapy
behavioural
behavioural disciplines and activities
behavioural epidemic
behavioural genetics
behavioural health
behavioural immunogen

Literary usage of Behaviorists

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1. Behavior: An Introduction to Comparative Psychology by John Broadus Watson (1914)
"Division of labor between human and animal behaviorists. Introduction.—We have now considered several forms of habit, from the simple ones we find in the ..."

2. Paradoxes of Free Will by Gunther Siegmund Stent (2002)
"... willing their own actions and view themselves as mere Zombies, who form part of the world's predetermined, mindless chain of happenings? behaviorists ..."

3. Morbid Fears and Compulsions: Their Psychology and Psychoanalytic Treatment by Horace Westlake Frink (1918)
"Even though the correspondence between the "habit" of the behaviorists and ... That which the behaviorists and which Freud would call instinctive is about ..."

4. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1922)
"The cue is taken from the behaviorists "because the facts of motor reaction are more widely useful in our further studies than the facts of sensation, ..."

5. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1879)
"If this statement were true and were wholly true, one could quite reasonably expect, on one hand, that behaviorists agree among themselves, and on the other ..."

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