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be·hav·ior·ist

(bē-hāv'yōr-ist),
An adherent of behaviorism.

behaviorist

an advocate of the school of behaviorism.

be·hav·ior·ist

(bē-hāv'yŏr-ist)
A person who supports or practices behaviorism.
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In 1969 Sartre defined freedom as "ce petit mouvement qui fait d'un etre social totalement conditionne une personne qui ne restitue pas la totalite de ce qu'elle a recu de son conditionnement" ("Sartre par Sartre," 101-2), adopting behaviorist terminology and demonstrating a striking rapprochement with the behaviorist line.
In keeping with Skinner's teachings, most behaviorists also do not want to view behavior as being internally "motivated" or "caused" by internal thoughts or feelings.
The first paper explains the complex and dynamic process of changing from a behaviorist learning theory to a constructivist learning theory for mathematics instruction in a K4 school.
Watson's position was a foretaste of what was to come in the Behaviorist movement.
Most trainers condition animals by using positive reinforcement, rewarding an animal for doing something correctly, says animal behaviorist Bailey.
Harrison Forbes has been a dog trainer and behaviorist for over 20 years, and has trained and imported over 600 police dogs for departments all over the country.
You may be surprised to discover that there are no educational, experience, training, skill, certification, or licensing requirements for anyone to call themselves a dog trainer or behaviorist in the United States.
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A significantly higher level of behaviorist practice (less reform-oriented) was reported by instructors from the USA, and instructors with academic degrees in mathematics and engineering.
Trainer, behaviorist, and animal therapist Linda Tellington-Jones presents accumulated wisdom from 40 years of working with animals in Getting in Tough with Your Puppy: A Gentle Approach to Training and Influencing Behavior.
I finally decided I needed some help, and it started with seeing a nutritionist and behaviorist.