Behaviourist approach

The behaviourist approach is only concerned with studying behaviour that can be ...........
observeded
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The behaviourist approach tires to maintain more control and objectivity within the research and relied on what studys to do that?
lab
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What is the conditioning known for learning that Pavlov dog represented?
Classical
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What is the conditioning known for learning that Skinner's rats represented?
Operant
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What 'consequence' is defined by receiving a reward when behaviour is performed?
Positive
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What 'consequence' is defined by when an animal or human produces behaviour that avoids something unpleasant?
Negative
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What 'consequence' is defined by an unpleasant consequence of behaviour?
Punishment
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What real-life application does behaviourism have?
Token economy
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What sort of determinism is the behaviourist approach?
Environemental
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What does the behaviourist approach make animals and humans seem like in terms of learning?
Machines
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The behaviourist approach tires to maintain more control and objectivity within the research and relied on what studys to do that?

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What is the conditioning known for learning that Pavlov dog represented?

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What is the conditioning known for learning that Skinner's rats represented?

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What 'consequence' is defined by receiving a reward when behaviour is performed?

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