Skinner Frederick Berres( American psychologist)
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Biography Skinner Frederick Berres
(1904 - 1990) - American psychologist, founder of the concept of 'operant behaviorism'. As a key introduced the concept of 'operant conditioning', . which is characterized by, . that in his part of the formation of conditioned reflexes is being supported by spontaneous reaction of a subject, . not as an incentive to 'classical' conditioning п?.п?,
. Pavlova. Served with criticism neobiheviorizma for the introduction of 'intermediate variables' between stimulus and response, because he believed a sufficient formation of connections between stimuli, responses and reinforcements. Developed a number of original experimental techniques, such as 'skinnerovskuyu camera'.