Behaviourism: The Early Years, 9780415092586

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Between 1913, when John B Watson argued that the theoretical goal of psychology should be the prediction and control of behaviour, and 1928, when John Frederick Dashiell offered the first broad survey of progress in objectivist psychological theory and research, behaviourism had moved from the margin to the mainstream of scientific psychology. For increasing numbers of researchers, methodological behaviourism was coming to define the practice of psychology as science. Volume I collects critical articles by Dunlap, Hot, Lashley, Mead, Thorndike, Tolman, Watson, Yerkes and others concerned with the continuing articulation of the behviourist programme. Volumes 2-6 reprint the full texts of five of the most important monographs contributing to the early growth of behaviourism. Allport's Social Psychology [1924] and Hamilton's An Introductin to Objective Psychopathology [1925] provided the first systematic extensions of behaviourism to social and abnormal processes. Weiss's A Theoretical Basis of Human Behaviour [1925] is the most important early theoretical analysis of behaviourism, and Dashiell's Fundamentals of Objective Psychology (1928) provided an extremely influential survey of the progress made by behaviouristic psychology in its early years.

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