Principles of behavior, an introduction to behavior theory, by Clark L. Hull ...


New York, London, D. Appleton-Century Company, Incorporated [1943] .

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Subjects Analyse comportementale.
Behaviorism (Psychology)
Behaviorism.
Comportement humain.
Conducta.
Psicología del aprendizaje.
Sciences du comportement.
Series Century psychology series (Appleton-Century-Crofts, inc.)
Description x pages, 1 leaf, 422 pages, 1 leaf illustrations.
Copyright Date [1943]
Notes "References" at end of each chapter.
Contents The nature of scientific theory -- Introduction to an objective theory of behavior -- Stimulus reception and organism survival -- The biological problem of action and its coordination -- Characteristics of innate behavior under conditions of need -- The acquisition of receptor-effector connections : primary reinforcement -- The acquisition of receptor-effector connections : secondary reinforcement -- The symbolic construct sHr as a function of the number of reinforcements -- Habit strength as a function of the nature and amount of the reinforcing agent -- Habit strength and the time interval separating reaction from reinforcement -- Habit strength as a function of the temporal relation of the conditioned stimulus to the reaction -- Stimulus generalization -- Some functional dynamics of compound conditioned stimuli -- Primary motivation and reaction potential -- Unadaptive habits and experimental extinction -- Inhibition and effective reaction potential -- Behavioral oscillation -- The reaction threshold and response evocation -- The patterning of stimulus compounds -- General summary and conclusions.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)192733
(OCoLC)ocm00192733
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WorldCat Identities Hull, Clark Leonard, 1884-1952.
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