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B. F. Skinner
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B. F. Skinner On Counseling
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presented by B. F. Skinner, 1904-1990; with B. F. Skinner, 1904-1990; produced by Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972, Rita M. Whiteley, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974 (New York, NY: John Whiteley, 1972), 31 mins
In this video, B.F. Skinner discusses the behavioral model of counseling. He considers the ways in which behavior can be changed and emphasizes the importance of the relationship between the counselor and client.
presented by B. F. Skinner, 1904-1990; with B. F. Skinner, 1904-1990; produced by Joan Z. Cohen, fl. 1972, Rita M. Whiteley, fl. 1972 and John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974; interview by John M. Whiteley, fl. 1974 (New York, NY: John Whiteley, 1972), 31 mins
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B.F. Skinner, Part 1
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interview by Richard Evans (Akron, OH: University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology, 1964), 51 mins
Dr. Skinner evaluates Freudian theory and discusses his views on motivation, operant conditioning, schedules of reinforcement, punishment, and teaching machines. From the Notable Contributors to the Psychology of Personality series. Produced by R.I. Evans.
interview by Richard Evans (Akron, OH: University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology, 1964), 51 mins
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B.F. Skinner, Part 2
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interview by Richard Evans (Akron, OH: University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology, 1966), 46 mins
Dr. Skinner discusses his novel, Walden Two, illustrating the problems of creating a society based on positive control. Skinner evaluates the American educational system and describes the application of operant conditioning to society at large. From the Notable Contributors to the Psychology of Personality series....
interview by Richard Evans (Akron, OH: University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology, 1966), 46 mins
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