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...ions that conditioning is responsible for nearly all observable behavior. So what exactly was going on here? Bandura eventually developed a theory that development occurs through a process of "social learning" wherein behaviors are witne www.psychologistworld.com/developmental/index.php
... basis of conditioning , which suggests learning in humans and animals can take place through the association of a response with particular stimuli. 3) Behaviorism also assumes that we are born as a blank slate , or tabula rasa, and so equal at www.psychologistworld.com/issues/behavioralapproach.php
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...simple as conditioning a behavior by tying it to a stimulus through repetition. He argued that looking at Behaviorism that way would limit the usefulness of the perspective because the majority of human behaviors are just too complex to fit such a si www.psychologistworld.com/behavior/classical-behaviorism.php
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