The learning approach: Behaviourism

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What is one assumption of the biological approach? 1/5
The biological approach is only interested in studying behaviour that can be observed/measured
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The biological approach is not concerned in investigating mental processes of the mind
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What is one assumption of the biological approach? 3/5
They rejected introspection as it involved too many concepts that were vague and difficult to measure. To maintain more control and objectivity, they relied on lab experiments
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What is one assumption of the biological approach? 4/5
Behaviourists suggested that the learning process is the same in all species
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What is one assumption of the biological approach? 5/5
Behaviourists identified two important forms of learning: Classical and Operant conditioning
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