Clark Leonard Hull( American psychologist)
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Biography Clark Leonard Hull
(24.05.1884 - 1952) - American psychologist, the representative neobiheviorizma, author of 'hypothetico-deductive' concept of behavior. Relies on the requirements for the methodology of the theory and experiment, which developed in the natural sciences, especially in mathematics. We proceed from the necessity of introducing among the elements of classical behaviorism 'intermediate variables', as that proposed to consider the need, the potential reaction force of habit, the goal.