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Introduction to educational psychology; an operant conditioning approach [by] Carl E. Pitts.

New York, Crowell [1971] .
ISBN 9780690447989, 0690447981

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Subjects Conditionnement opérant.
Educational psychology.
Operant conditioning.
Pädagogische Psychologie.
Description 242 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents pt. 1. The way things are: -- Describing the way things are -- What is this thing called science? -- Psychology and the scientific process -- A case study -- Observation -- Obvious and not-so-obvious measures -- Sociometry -- Research and ethics -- part 2. Changing behavior: -- A brief essay on the occasion of choice -- A basis for applying a psychology of learning -- The strengthening of selected behaviors -- Shaping: the step-by-step process -- Changing undesireable behavior -- More about reinforcers -- part 3. Where are you going?: -- And how do you know when you get there? -- The cognitive domain -- The affective domain -- part 4. Analytic tools: -- How to handle data -- Descriptive graphing -- Statistics 1 -- Statistics 2.
Genre Einführung.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)143106
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WorldCat Identities Pitts, Carl E.
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