Skinnerian

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Skinner +‎ -ian

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Skinnerian (plural Skinnerians)

  1. (psychology) A person who endorses the behavioristic tradition of B. F. Skinner, that is, psychology should study the conditions under which behavior occurs, and that behavior is observable and measurable, as are the environmental conditions that control it.

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Skinnerian (comparative more Skinnerian, superlative most Skinnerian)

  1. (psychology) Of or pertaining to the methods and theories of B. F. Skinner

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