Definition of Behaviouristic

1. Adjective. Of or relating to behaviorism. "Behavioristic psychology"




Definition of Behaviouristic

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of behavioristic) ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Behaviouristic

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Literary usage of Behaviouristic

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1. Civilization in the United States: An Inquiry by Thirty Americans by Harold E. Stearns (1922)
"... of critical dignity to relate psychoanalysis to American behaviouristic psychology on the part of men who are not altogether professed Freudians. ..."

2. The Philosophy of Humanism: And of Other Subjects by Richard Burdon Haldane Haldane (1922)
"The method of observation in behaviouristic psychology differs from that in physiology mainly in this, ..."

3. Philosophical Essays Presented to John Watson by John Watson (1922)
"But it has received its most telling blows from the more recent developments in psychology among which the behaviouristic movement is to be specially ..."

4. A Pragmatic Legal Expert System by James Popple (1996)
"98) Gardner identifies two other directions to take “if legal realism is right” : emphasizing the behaviouristic side of legal realism ( eg ..."

5. Studies in Contemporary Metaphysics by Reinhold Friedrich Alfred Hoernlé (1920)
"To the " objective " and " behaviouristic " motives in present-day psychology, and to the " realistic " motives in present-day philosophy, which reinforce ..."

6. Government of the Future by Edwin Lau (2000)
"The DNA of Governments: People and Values Context Organisations, as living beings, have a genetic code. From a behaviouristic viewpoint, governments are far ..."

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