Science and human behavior

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Macmillan, 1953 - Psychology - 461 pages
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A detailed study of scientific theories of human nature and the possible ways in which human behavior can be predicted and controlled

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User Review  - Idris Slimani - Goodreads

Didn't read that much about this subject and I think this book can give you a good coverage and a rich answer about the complexity of human behavior Read full review

Review: Science and Human Behavior

User Review  - Shenandoah Smith - Goodreads

bla the book was okay I give it a 3 out of five.. The book had a good flow but was not that interesting I was referred to this book by a friend. Read full review

Contents

iV REFLEXES AND CONDITIONED REFLEXES
45
OPERANT BEHAVIOR
59
OPERANT BEHAVIOR
91
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