What is Behaviorism?
Behaviorism is a school of thought and theory of learning that is based on the idea that all behaviors people do are conditioned responses to the environment. Individuals are conditioned to respond to a particular stimulus in a particular way, and learning is merely the result of a response to the stimuli. Ivan Pavlov, as well as John Watson and Edward Lee Thorndike, are the main influential figures who contributed to behaviorism.
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