Science and Human Behavior
Macmillan, 1953 - 461 Seiten
A detailed study of scientific theories of human nature and the possible ways in which human behavior can be predicted and controlled
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The aversive stimulus appears and the organism becomes active ; the stimulus
terminates , and this reinforces some part of ... The elaborate rituals of
nonscientific medicine appear to be explained by this characteristic of many
forms of illness .
scribed as a new “ response . ” A response such as turning the latch in a problem
box appears to be a more discrete unit , but only because the continuity with
other behavior is more difficult to observe . In the pigeon , the response of
pecking at ...
A description of behavior which has not been executed appears to depend upon
private events only . For example , a man ... Here the controlling stimuli are not
only private , they appear to have no public accompaniments . Such responses
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