neobehaviorist

neobehaviorist

[-ist]
a disciple of the school of neobehaviorism.
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The various mental states or cognitive processes may well be more sophisticated or complex in cognitive psychology than neobehaviorist mediators, but they do not differ in kind.
11) No actualist, behaviorist, or neobehaviorist acknowledges this truth and thus makes reductions that are entirely blind to some indispensable possibilities.
However, because he mistakenly believes that neobehaviorist learning theory reached the height of its influence before World War II, he fails to incorporate behaviorist themes into his writing.
could be fit within a neobehaviorist framework if a proper amount of structure is assumed and not mastered from scratch.
As a result, he did not have the same concerns as his neobehaviorist contemporaries about definitions of unobservable mediating terms, inferred constructs, validation, theory testing, and so on.
In scientific venues, a neobehaviorist would remain silent on its ultimate ontology and not commit to whether it referred to something that was literally mental or cognitive.
Thus, although Skinner was a neobehaviorist in the chronological sense that he developed an alternative to classical S-R behaviorism in the 1930s, as did others, his alternative did not involve postulating hypothetical mediating entities (Moore, 2005).
Whereas the behaviorism inspired by Watson could develop freely in America, reaching its apogee during the 1930s and 1940s in the neobehaviorist paradigms of C.
The inclusion of Chomsky's review here was particularly absurd, given that the "review" was an ignorant and dismissive indictment of virtually all of the learning perpectives of the day coming out of experimental psychology (including those of mediational neobehaviorists like Clark Hull's S-R Behavior Theory).
Behaviorists disregarded consciousness, calling it an epiphenomenon; neobehaviorists handled it only in terms of its outcome of verbal reports or button pushes.
Neobehaviorists need only operationally define the publicly observable measures that counted as instances of their mediating variables.
The view that interitem associations control anticipation in animals is a derivative of an early theory of sequential learning (Capaldi, 1967) designed to accommodate results from a few key experiments that bore on the concern with the role of reward in instrumental learning shared by the Neobehaviorists (Amsel, 1989).