Learning Objectives

  1. Discuss how World War I led to major social changes in the United States during and after the war.
  2. Assess the scientific and practical contributions made by Radical Behaviorism.
  3. Describe the types of Behaviorism that existed in the past and compare to the types that currently exist.
  4. Explain the logic behind Tolman’s use of intervening variables.
  5. Demonstrate what happens in Hull’s equation when H, D, V, or K have a zero value.
  6. Judge why so many students and faculty misunderstand Skinner’s position and fall victim to the five myths.