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A New Formula for Behaviorism
Can Instincts Be Given Up in Psychology?
A Behavioristic Account of the Emotions
Behaviorism and Purpose
Purpose and Cognition
Born West Newton Massachusetts April 14 1886
A Behaviorists Definition of Consciousness
Sign Gestalt or Conditioned Reflex?
The Acquisition of String Pulling by Rats
President American Psychological Association 1937
Physiology Psychology and Sociology
Prediction of Vicarious Trial and Error by Means of the Schematic Sowbug
Elected Member of the National Academy of Sciences 1937
Psychologist Office of Strategic Services 19441945
A Stimulusexpectancy Needcathexis Psychology
Cognitive Maps in Rats and Men
Gestalt and Sign Gestalt
o Psychology versus Immediate Experience
Operational Behaviorism and Current Trends in Psychology
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