2 edition of Behavior analysis & education, 1972. found in the catalog.
Behavior analysis & education, 1972.
Conference on Behavior Analysis in Education (3rd 1972 University of Kansas)
by University of Kansas, Support and Development Center for Follow Through, Dept. of Human Development in [Lawrence]
Written in English
|Statement||Edited by George Semb|
|Contributions||Semb, George, University of Kansas. Dept. of Human Development. Support and Development Center for Follow Through|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||415|
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My library.The primary thrust of this book is the presentation of two divergent models of man, the explicit and implicit philosophical assumptions which characterize each view, the conditions of learning compatible with each model, and the educational implications of each position.
An introductory section considers the two models of man--the phenomenological orientation and the behaviorist orientation.