models Staddon proposes is an important and, I would argue, necessary step for behavioral scientists interested in formalizing patterns and mechanisms within the science of behavior.
Today the influence of the behavioristic
approach lingers as represented by assertiveness training sessions, progressive relaxation training, and social skills training that are delivered by recreation therapists (Austin, 2004b).
This legacy from the behavioristic
tradition shines through in sometimes more, sometimes less obvious ways--the perhaps most famous example of the latter being Neisser's (1967) definition of cognitive psychology as the study of the "fate of the input".
Morrow and Tracey (1997) state that some educators believe in a behavioristic
approach where reading is taught in a skills-based environment through a prescribed curriculum.
We considered process-product research on teaching behavioristic
, simplistic, and unduly dependent on standardized achievement tests as indicators of product.
So disciplinary techniques seize the bodies of inmates, exercising them, training them, organizing their time and movement in order, eventually, to transform their souls in a behavioristic
Evidently, the processes of 'modeling-mirroring' are rather behavioristic
and cognitivistic (information giving and processing) in orientation.
As real constructivists, they preferred not be restricted to a hermetic, Instructionist, and behavioristic
system, but to build their own web-environment during the training.
By the way, in the '40s, when Claude Shannon--the computer scientist who invented binary code--was in search of pictorial means for representing cybernetic processes, he had recourse to this behavioristic
Set aside the old "voc ed's" reliance on the behavioristic
theory of learning and advance to constructivism.
Explain how marketers use geographic, psychographic, and behavioristic
Among the types of data that can be appended are: demographic, geographic, psychographic, behavioristic