Behaviorism at 100: An American History

This article marks the centenary of the founding of the approach to the study of human and other behavior known as behaviorism, often considered to have occurred in 1913. The story of behaviorism is largely, although by no means entirely, the story of Burrhus Frederick Skinner (1904-1990), who is presented as being among the intellectual giants of the twentieth century. More
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About Richard Gilbert

Richard Gilbert lives in Toronto, Canada. Absent from psychology for several decades, he has returned to write a novel set in May and June 1939 in which Skinner makes a (fictional) visit to Britain and meets Sigmund Freud and Ludwig Wittgenstein.

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