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Principles of Psychology (Keller & Schoenfeld, 1950) turns 70 years old: memories of an epoch

Bruner, Carlos A.

Sociedad Mexicana de Análisis de la Conducta, publicado en Revista Mexicana de Análisis de la Conducta, y cosechado de Revistas UNAM

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Bruner, Carlos A. (2020). Principles of Psychology (Keller & Schoenfeld, 1950) turns 70 years old: memories of an epoch. Revista Mexicana de Análisis de la Conducta; Vol 46, No 1 2020. Recuperado de https://repositorio.unam.mx/contenidos/4111666

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Autor(es)
Bruner, Carlos A.
Adscripción del autor
book review
Tipo
Artículo de Investigación
Área del conocimiento
Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud
Título
Principles of Psychology (Keller & Schoenfeld, 1950) turns 70 years old: memories of an epoch
Fecha
2020-06-01
Resumen
Having studied in the conditioning program at queens college from the city university of new york (1972-1981) places me in an unique position to celebrate the 70th birthday of principles of psychology. different from my sporadic contact with fred keller, i was in continuous contact with nat schoenfeld. during this period i read for the first time their wonderful book. since an impersonal analysis of the text is impossible i decided to share a few memories from that epoch. one was my obsession to understand the premises of nat ́s thinking of psychology. i concluded that almost invariably he strived to integrate the known independent variables of behavior on continua that allowed for quantitative variation to produce new knowledge. my second memory is related to the latter and was my discovery of his systematization of established knowledge. this is evident in principles of psychology, which emphasizes that behavior analysis is a view of the whole of psychology. the textbook organizes the established knowledge as variations of reinforcement and extinction, with each chapter adding new knowledge to the preceding one. the power of such strategy is evident in the last three chapters on motivation, emotion and social behavior, which are not common themes in behavior analysis.|having studied in the conditioning program at queens college from the city university of new york (1972-1981) places me in an unique position to celebrate the 70th birthday of principles of psychology. different from my sporadic contact with fred keller, i was in continuous contact with nat schoenfeld. during this period i read for the first time their wonderful book. since an impersonal analysis of the text is impossible i decided to share a few memories from that epoch. one was my obsession to understand the premises of nat ́s thinking of psychology. i concluded that almost invariably he strived to integrate the known independent variables of behavior on continua that allowed for quantitative variation to produce new knowledge. my second memory is related to the latter and was my discovery of his systematization of established knowledge. this is evident in principles of psychology, which emphasizes that behavior analysis is a view of the whole of psychology. the textbook organizes the established knowledge as variations of reinforcement and extinction, with each chapter adding new knowledge to the preceding one. the power of such strategy is evident in the last three chapters on motivation, emotion and social behavior, which are not common themes in behavior analysis.|having studied in the conditioning program at queens college from the city university of new york (1972-1981) places me in an unique position to celebrate the 70th birthday of principles of psychology. different from my sporadic contact with fred keller, i was in continuous contact with nat schoenfeld. during this period i read for the first time their wonderful book. since an impersonal analysis of the text is impossible i decided to share a few memories from that epoch. one was my obsession to understand the premises of nat ́s thinking of psychology. i concluded that almost invariably he strived to integrate the known independent variables of behavior on continua that allowed for quantitative variation to produce new knowledge. my second memory is related to the latter and was my discovery of his systematization of established knowledge. this is evident in principles of psychology, which emphasizes that behavior analysis is a view of the whole of psychology. the textbook organizes the established knowledge as variations of reinforcement and extinction, with each chapter adding new knowledge to the preceding one. the power of such strategy is evident in the last three chapters on motivation, emotion and social behavior, which are not common themes in behavior analysis.
Idioma
eng
ISSN
ISSN: 0185-4534; ISSN electrónico: 2007-0802

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