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  1. Connie McNabb (forthcoming). Dr. Ann Nauman EDF 607 October 6, 2002 Behaviorism. Behaviorism.
     
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  2. Connie McNabb & Ann Nauman (forthcoming). Behaviorism, While Not Considered an Educational Philosophy, is Most Often Recognized as a Psychological Theory About Human Behavior and Learning. In Their Studies, Behaviorists Focus Only on Observable Human Behavior and Discount Mental Processes. They Believe That All Behavior is Learned, and They Believe That New Learning Is. Behaviorism.
     
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  3. M. K. Nock & M. J. Prinstein (forthcoming). Watson, JB (1925). Behaviorism.
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  4. Robert Vilardi (forthcoming). Information Processing. Behaviorism.
     
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  5. J. B. Watson (forthcoming). What is Behaviorism? The Old and New Psychology Contrasted. Behaviorism.
     
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  6. J. B. Watson (forthcoming). Was the Author Among Others of Animal Education (1903), Behavior (1914). Behaviorism.
     
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  7. John Watson (forthcoming). Talking and Thinking. Behaviorism.
     
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  8. John Watson (forthcoming). 1930. Behaviorism.
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  9. John B. Watson (forthcoming). Lectures-in-Print. Behaviorism.
     
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