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Sep 11, 2021 Cipani, Ennio
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In these days of positive reinforcement and the ubiquitous 'time out,' is punishment still a valuable tool for disciplining children? And what forms of punishment are effective-or even permissible? This must-have book for professionals, parents, and teachers demystifies the issue of punishment. It offers reliable techniques for altering undesirable behaviors, including a model for the responsible use of punishment. An engaging blend of sound science, clinical experience, and old-fashioned...
Topics: Learning, Behavior, Psychology, Punishment, Teaching, Discipline of children, Behavior modification
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May 19, 2021 Michael A. Britt
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The Psych Files is a Psychology podcast hosted by Michael A. Britt, Ph.D. Michael received his Ph.D. from the University at Albany and was Assistant Professor of Psychology for many years at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY. He started The Psych Files in 2007 and thus one of the longest running podcasts. It is aimed at anyone curious about human behavior , though students taking a course in psychology, those majoring in psychology , and instructors of psychology will find the podcast...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology, Michael A. Britt
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May 19, 2021 BBC Radio 4
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Claudia Hammond presents the history of psychology series which examines the work of the people who have changed our understanding of the human mind. This week she explores the legacy of BF Skinner and Behaviourism. One of the most famous psychologists of the 20th century, by applying to human learning the theory he developed through animal studies, he became one of the most controversial. Claudia is shown round his study by his daughter, Julie Vargas; remaining much as it was when he died in...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology, Claudia Hammond, Deborah Buzan
B.F. Skinner
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This Week in the History of Psychology (which we call by the slightly silly name of TWITHOP) was originally a weekly podcast, produced in 2006-07. It was written and produced by Christopher D. Green , professor of psychology at York University in Toronto, Canada. Since the original series (which is still available below) the format has evolved in various ways: interviews, discussions, reviews – everything related to the history of psychology. (I also toned down the bright red background that...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology, Christopher D. Green
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May 7, 2021 University of Rochester
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Shows cats acquiring the "token-reward" habit, in which they are trained to push balls into a hole in order to secure food and then to depress a string in order to secure a ball.  Describes the apparatus and procedures used in testing the animals and shows the initial ball-habit, the initial secondary response, and a series of trials of the latter. A silent filmed experiment from the University of Rochester shows several cats used in the study of learned token-reward habits.
Topics: Behavior, Animal Behavior, Token-Reward
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May 7, 2021 McGraw-Hill Text-Films
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Explains the types of behavior of various forms of animals and discusses the organs in animals that effect behavior.
Topics: Behavior, Animal Behavior
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May 7, 2021 American Psychological Association
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Outlines the work of Dr. Howard Kendler of New York University, Dr. Tracy Kendler of Barnard College, Dr. Kenneth Spence of the State University of Iowa, Dr. Harry Harlow of the University of Wisconsin, and Dr. B. F. Skinner of Harvard University in exploring the different strategies employed in developing new theoretical concepts about man's ability to learn. Shows how the work of these men has influenced methods of instruction in schools and colleges.
Topics: Howard Kendler, Tracy Kendler, Kenneth Spence, Harry Harlow, B.F. Skinner, Learning, Behavior,...
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May 7, 2021 Moscow Film Studios of Popular Science
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Shows Ivan Pavlov testing his theory of conditioned reflexes by observing the conditioned and unconditioned saliva flow in a dog, feeding fish conditioned to various hunger stimulants, educating a puppy to a meat diet, and observing a squirrel's response to danger. Distinguishes between blind instinct present in all animals from birth and reflex actions set up by conditioning to certain oft-repeated stimuli. Explains the process of checking reflexes and shows its application in the treatment of...
Topics: Ivan Pavlov, Conditioned Reflexes, Classical Conditioning, Respondent Conditioning, Conditioning,...
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May 7, 2021 ABC
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Host Dick Cavett welcomes guests Jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, writer-theatre critic Walter Kerr, actress Madeline Kahn, reporter Mary Pangalos, comics Bob and Ray, Dr. B.F. Skinner and Dr. Roger Ulrich
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Roger Ulrich, Dick Cavett
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May 6, 2021 Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.)
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Project Pigeon (later Project Orcon, for "organic control") was an attempt by American behaviorist B.F. Skinner to develop a pigeon-controlled guided bomb. The video demonstrates how, using operant conditioning, the pigeons were trained to peck and the target projected on a small screen in the nose cone. The program was canceled on 8 October 1944 because "further prosecution of this project would seriously delay others which in the minds of the Division have more immediate...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Project Orcon, Project Pigeon
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May 6, 2021 Yale University
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Compares a hungry, active rat with a satiated, inactive rat. The hungry animal learns to get food by pressing a bar, while the satiated animal goes to sleep. To demonstrate that failure to learn is due to lack of motivation, a mild electric shock is supplied and the satiated animal becomes active and learns to strike a lever which turns off the shock. Shows the animal also learning to rotate a wheel, bite a rubber tube, and strike another animal to avoid electric shock.
Topics: Neal E. Miller, Gardner L. Hart
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May 6, 2021 Yale University
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Depicts a social problem created by placing three rats in a Skinner box with the lever some distance from the food trough. At first any rat pressing the lever finds that the food has been eaten by others. Violent fighting over the empty trough ensues. Finally one rat discovers a way to obtain food for all three by depressing the lever several times. Points out that with this rat as the worker and the other two as parasites, class society has emerged.
Topic: O.H. Mowrer
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May 6, 2021 Psychological Cinema Register of the Pennsylvania State College
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This film shows experiments on competition and dominance hierarchies in rats. From an economy of abundance, rats are put into situations where competition for food is essential. At first the rats behave very similarly; they compete but do not fight. When insufficient food for their complete satisfaction is given, savage fighting develops. A definite dominance hierarchy (i.e., dominant, intermediate, subordinate) soon emerges. Personality typing based on this kind of social experience seems to...
Topics: O.H. Mowrer, J.S. Kornreich, Isabelle Yaffe
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May 6, 2021 Arthur G. Bedeian
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This is a telephone conversation with Dr. B.F. Skinner. Professor Arthur G. Bedeian and his class of Ph. D. students asked him questions and he responded.
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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In memoriam of B. F. Skinner, who died 1990 on August 18th at the age of 86. The greatest contemporary psychologist, he was also living history—one of the giants of our discipline whose early contributions helped shape modern psychology and who continued, decade after decade, to refine and develop his powerful concepts.
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
B.F. Skinner
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National Public Radio. (1990). “All Things Considered.” Interview with B. F. Skinner, July 27th, 1990. Division 25 Recorder, 24/25, 34–36. Skinner shortly died after this interview on August 18, 1990.
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology, Robert Siegel, Michelle Trudeau
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Psychiatrist Dr .Anthony Clare conducts in depth interviews with prominent people from different walks of life. Radio Interview of B.F. Skinner by Dr Anthony Clare, BBC Radio 4, 08th Sep 1984.
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology, Anthony Clare
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Apr 29, 2021 Objective Productions
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All previous participants from the series returned, and were placed in a room with a counter and several objects, saying that they had to score 100 points within half an hour. However, the points were awarded randomly and not by any actions performed in the room, referring to Skinner's pigeon experiments . If they had realised that, they might have noticed there was a further element, and found the sign above them on the ceiling telling them that the doors were unlocked and £150,000 waiting...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology, Derren Brown, Superstition
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Apr 29, 2021 B.F. Skinner
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Verbal Summator Files (Skinner’s audio projective test) Several old verbal summator records were found buried in storage in the Psychology building at the University of Minnesota – thanks to Gail Peterson. Three loose record labels with the name “B. F. Skinner” were found with them. Although not the original, 1936, Verbal Summator records, the word-like sounds on them are the same as those created by Skinner for his original studies at Harvard, and they are in Skinner’s voice....
Topic: B.F. Skinner
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Apr 29, 2021 Pennsylvania State University
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The Behvavioral Revolution A Continuing Education and Community Service of Science, Technology, and Society. An inter-college program at The Pennsylvania State University. S01E01 - Innate Experience Looks at the ways in which Western culture has perceived humankind, from the views of Plato and Aristotle through Galileo, Rene Descartes, John Locke, Immanuel Kant, and Charles Darwin. Covers the establishment of psychology as a science and the division of Freudians, who follow Plato's views, and...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology, Behavioral Technology, Robert M. Stern, Anthony...
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Apr 29, 2021 David Brower, B.F. Skinner, Rosa Parks and Elliot Richardson
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Henry David Thoreau lives his days at Walden Pond in seclusion. One day, he is visited by 4 modern day individuals: David Brower, B.F. Skinner, Rosa Parks and Elliot Richardson. Each has their opinion on Thoreau's civil disobedience. Uses a science fiction device of time-travel to present the thought of Henry David Thoreau. Stages a visit between Thoreau and four present-day distinguished personages, set in his cabin at Walden Pond.
Topics: Henry David Thoreau, Walden, David Brower, B.F. Skinner, Rosa Parks, Elliot Richardson
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Depending on who you talked to, Human Behavior has either vastly improved since the Dark Ages , when atrocities towards fellow human beings ran to the despicable. Or – if you go further along in history – towards a more genteel time then yes, Human Behavior has gotten out of hand, a notch above Dark Ages, heading irrevocably towards our doom and extinction. So, maybe we’ve always been just a little rotten. And during various points in our history; just a little more rotten, or a little...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
B.F. Skinner
Apr 29, 2021 American Humanist Association
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B.F. Skinner won The American Humanist Association 's " Humanist of the Year " award in 1972. This audio recording is his address to the association upon receiving the award.
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
B.F. Skinner
Apr 29, 2021 Psychology Today
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Rosemary Jennings talks to B.F. Skinner about his early childhood and early adulthood.
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 29, 2021 The Center for Cassette Studies
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Focus on B. F. Skinner - An Interview with the Author of Walden Two
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 29, 2021 Ohio State University
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Dr. Robert Burnham Dean of the College of Education, Ohio State University Boyd H. Bode 1981 Memorial Lecture (1981 April 8) B.F. Skinner: Why are we not doing more to improve education?
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology, Boyd H. Bode, Education
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Apr 29, 2021 American Psychological Association
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Distinguished Education of the American Psychological Association Master Lecture Series on Cognitive Psychology B.F. Skinner: Cognitive Psychology - What's Inside?
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 29, 2021 American Psychological Association
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Proceedings of the American Psychological Association 1988 96th Annual Convention Take 89/433/88 B.F. Skinner: The Operant Side of Behavior Therapy
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 29, 2021 American Psychological Association
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Proceedings of the American Psychological Association 1986 Annual Meeting Session 37 29786 B.F. Skinner: Programmed Instruction Revisited
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 29, 2021 American Psychological Association
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Proceedings of the American Psychological Association 1986 Annual Meeting Session 171 29786 B.F. Skinner: Whatever Happened to Psychology as a Science of Behavior?
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 29, 2021 Sound Seminars
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Behaviorism at Fifty Released to Sound Seminars by Rice University. Third presentation in the symposium Behaviorism and phenomenology: Contrasting bases for modern psychology . This symposium was published in book form by the University of Chicago Press in 1964. The speaker is B.F. Skinner.
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
B.F. Skinner
Apr 29, 2021 Voice Over Books, New York
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Abridgment of the B.F. Skinner's book with the same title published, read 1972 by John McGiver for Voice Over Books, New York.
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
B.F. Skinner
Apr 29, 2021 Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara
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561. Skinner on Skinnerism . Jan. 17, 1972. Tape No. AS8177/R7 Additional Note B.F. Skinner responds to several criticisms that have been leveled at his book Beyond Freedom and Dignity, giving examples of how his theories of operant conditioning have been successful in dealing with pigeons, monkeys, and men and citing experimental evidence that behavior is caused by "contingencies of reinforcement" rather than by mental processes, states of mind, or internal feelings. Featuring Harry...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 29, 2021 Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara
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568. The Conditioned Scholar . Jan. 21, 1972. Tape No. AS8184/R7 Additional Note B. F. Skinner addresses a group of educators, first describing some of the failures of educational practices in the United States, then outlining some of the possibilities promised by operant conditioning when used as a teaching tool. Dr. Skinner provides a number of examples of how successful his theories of conditioning have already been in helping teachers teach and students learn. [Transcript 33:4]. [LC...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 29, 2021 Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara
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566.  Conditioning Toward Extinction . Jan. 19, 1972. Tape No. AS8182/R7 Additional Note A panel discussion on the implications of operant conditioning that explores the question of whether human beings might be conditioned to deal with progressively fewer challenges to the point where they would be incapable of handling unforeseen threats at all, thereby becoming vulnerable to extinction. Featuring Harry S. Ashmore, Alex Comfort, Norton Ginsburg, Hallock Hoffman, Robert M. Hutchins, Donald...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
B.F. Skinner
Apr 29, 2021 Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara
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564.  The Evolution of a Culture . Jan. 18, 1972. Additional Note B. F. explains how his theories of operant conditioning can be used to affect entire cultures, so that they have within their own control the very direction in which they evolve. Followed by discussion with Harry S. Ashmore, Elisabeth Mann Borgese, John Cogley, Léo Gabriel, Hallock Hoffman, Donald McDonald, Dennis Pirages, Vitali Rozynko, Rexford G. Tugwell, and Harvey Wheeler. [Transcript 33:7]. [LC 72-750641]. Category:...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 29, 2021 Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara
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562. Beyond Freedom, What? Jan. 18, 1972. Tape No. AS8178/R7 Additional Note B. F. Skinner leads a discussion with political scientist Fred Warner Neal, theologian Michael Novak, and diplomat Arvid Pardo, examining whether operant conditioning could limit the possibilities for self-development in individuals and whether behavioral scientists should, like some atomic scientists, consider themselves responsible for the uses to which their research is put. [Transcript 33:3]. [LC 72-750639]....
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 29, 2021 Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara
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565.  Pigeons and People . Jan. 17, 1972. Tape No. AS8181/R7 Additional Note In this wide-ranging panel discussion, B.F. previous hit Skinner next hit observes that in the last 25 years, pigeons had been conditioned to behave at a level that they had never achieved before in the history of the species, and explains his belief that humans could be conditioned to increase their capacities in like manner. Featuring Harry S. Ashmore, Alex Comfort, Frank K. Kelly, Donald McDonald, Robert Rosen,...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 28, 2021 CBS News
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B.F. Skinner interviewed by Barry Serafin, CBS News, Washington on September 7th 1971.
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 28, 2021 Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Santa Barbara
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560.  An Interview with B. F. Skinner , Jan. 15, 1972. Tape No. AS8176/R7 Additional Note Psychologist B. F. previous hit Skinner next hit speaks with the Center's Harvey Wheeler to clarify some of the terminology and many of the basic concepts that are crucial to an understanding of operant conditioning. The discussion ranges over such social problems as the uncreative use of leisure, the threat that wasteful affluence holds for our ecology, and individual inequalities of wealth and power....
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Proceedings of the 1978 meeting of the American Educational Research Association, including the speech of B.F. Skinner, winner of the Association's major award for contribution to research in higher education. The Distinguished Contributions to Research in Education Award is the premier acknowledgment of outstanding achievement and success in education research. Its purpose is to publicize, motivate, encourage, and suggest models for education research at its best. The winner of the award will...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 27, 2021 SSLH-TV
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Lecture at the School of Special Education at Hosle Norway ( Statens Spesiallaererhögskole) , August 1983.
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 27, 2021 Ted Kennedy
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In the early 1970s a California filmmaker approached the world-renowned behavioral psychologist B.F. Skinner to make a biographical film. The project went over-schedule, over-budget and left everyone, especially Skinner, disappointed with the results. Luckily, most of the original material was deposited at the Harvard Film Archive, described only as “unidentified 16mm film”. These rare never before seen archival materials are used to deconstruct the original biographical movie and reveal...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
B.F. Skinner
Apr 27, 2021 Western Michigan University
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Ron Kramer interview Jack Michael and Dick Malott on October 4, 1990 about the Legacy of B. F. Skinner.
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology, Ron Kramer, Jack Michael, Dick Malott
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Apr 27, 2021 Davidson Films
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B.F. Skinner applied his unique behavioral principles to his own life. In this film, his daughter, Julie Vargas, gives us a tour of the basement study in which he wrote many of his books and articles. Skinner developed wonderfully ingenious gadgets designed to enhance his workspace, and he created clever ways of organizing the writing that was the central focus of the SKINNER WITH PIGEONS last decades of his life. With Deborah Skinner-Buzan, Yvonne Blue, Julie S. Vargas, Produced by Frances...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 27, 2021 Cummings Center for the History of Psychology
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Title Dr. B. F. Skinner, Part 1 Date 1964 Copyright/Responsiblity Evans, Richard I.; Distributed by Drs. Nicholas & Dorothy Cummings Center for the History of Psychology Abstract Richard Evans Discussions with Notable Contributors to the Psychology of Personality Series (DVD): Dr. B. F. Skinner, Part 1 (1964): Evaluation of Freudian Theory; Views on Motivation, Emotion, Perception, Conditioning, Reinforcement, Punishment, Teaching Machines Collection Descriptor Richard Evans Discussions...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 27, 2021 The B. F. Skinner Foundation
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B. F. Skinner (1904-1990) recorded his 1948 novel, Walden Two , on cassette tapes as a birthday gift for his daughter, Julie. The utopian novel describes a fictional community that uses an experimental approach and behavioral principles to improve its members’ lives. In his 1976 preface, Skinner wrote, “Either we do nothing and allow a miserable and probably catastrophic future to overtake us, or we use our knowledge about human behavior to create a social environment in which we shall live...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
J. W. Whiteley interviews B.F. Skinner for his Quest for Peace "Social Ecology of Peace Series" with the title " It Is Possible to Change the Ways People Treat Each Other ". The " Social Ecology of Peace " series of interviews was created between 1983 and 1989. It includes not only influential thinkers from the United States but also key thinkers from other countries around the world. As a consequence of glasnost and perestroika, Soviet participation began in 1988....
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 27, 2021 WNYC
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Douglas Cooper and George O’Brien visit B. F. Skinner, the behavioral psychologist, at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts. They discuss Skinner’s youth, his views on the future of the United States, and the implications of his psychological work. When Skinner was young, he originally pursued writing. At Harvard, he received a great deal of encouragement from a number of mentors. There was not much work being done in behavioral psychology then, in the 1930s, but Skinner and his...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
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Apr 27, 2021
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Psychologist B. F. Skinner discusses why people make art and explores how their reasons for doing so have changed over time. Drawing on his studies of human behavior, Skinner explores the possibilities for encouraging these traits in future artists. His lecture is followed by a question and answer session. This event took place on March 25, 1969. Transcript: https://www.guggenheim.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/9009715_01_AB_edited_9009716_01-Creating-the-Creative-Artist.pdf Source:...
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Apr 27, 2021 WBAI
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Skinner’s lecture On “Having” a Poem This lecture was given at the poetry Center in New York City on October 13, 1971.
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Apr 27, 2021 CRM Productions
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B.F. Skinner discusses with Elizabeth Hall the meanings and implications of his work. Illuminates the origins of behaviorism and some of its basic principles. Explores the notion of control, its use and potential misuse, punishment and freedom. Covers his principles of operant conditioning with respect to the science of behavior, and talks about his book, Beyond Freedom and Dignity.
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Apr 27, 2021 WFCR Five College Radio
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Lecture at Amherst College on current embrace of utopias and building intentional communities. Source: WFCR Five College Radio Collection
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Apr 27, 2021 CRM Productions
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B.F. Skinner discusses theories concerning behavior modification principles, including scheduling, shaping, and positive reinforcement, as they are used in education, business, and industry.
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Apr 26, 2021
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From the Archives of the Communication Studies Department at the University of California, Los Angeles B.F. Skinner at UCLA January 10, 1972 Brought to you by a Generous Donation from Friends and Alumni of the UCLA Department of the Communication Studies Digitized 2013 B.F. Skinner answers question from the audience.
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B.F. Skinner
Apr 26, 2021 American Personnel and Guidance Association (APGA)
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145053 American Personnel and Guidance Association 1607 New Hampshire Ave. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20009 (202-483-4633) APG (R)$25 (S)$250 B.F. Skinner on Education (Part I) 16mm optical color 25 min 1972 B. F. Skinner discusses education, dealing with such issues; how his concepts on freedom and control are related to the classroom experience; the defective learning environment in school today; some consequences and alternatives; what values are implicit in his technology of a behavioral...
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Apr 26, 2021 Open University Films
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A discussion between B.F. Skinner and Geoffrey Warnock, introduced by Godfrey Vesey. See also: Review of Behavior Control: Freedom and Morality (an Open University film), by G. Warnock and B. F. Skinner .
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Apr 26, 2021 Research Press
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Examines the life of B.F. Skinner and his scientific and philosophical contributions in the field of psychology.
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Apr 26, 2021 CRM Productions
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Shows experiments in learning. B.F. Skinner and Richard Malott deal with operant conditioning. Nathan Azrin demonstrates aversive conditioning. Jack Hailman deals with sign-stimuli, and G.P. Baerends demonstrates super-normal conditioning. Explains the work of David McClelland on motivation training, and the work of Lewis Lipsitt on infant learning.
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B.F. Skinner
Apr 26, 2021 The Media Guild
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B. F. Skinner speaks about self-control and self-regulation. Features full demonstrations by behavioral therapists.
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Apr 26, 2021 CRM Productions
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This film includes an interview with B. F. Skinner and illustrations of the uses of behaviorism with delinquent adolescents and the mentally retarded.
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology, Token Economy
B.F. Skinner
Apr 26, 2021 Psychology Today Library Cassettes in association with Jeffrey Norton Publishers
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Rogers and Skinner debate the pros and cons of human behavior control, providing insights into their differing views on free-will, the causes of behavior, the importance of mental events, the effects of environments, the goals of psychology.
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B. F. Skinner lectures professionals about Operant Analysis, Therapy, Depression, and answers questions from the audience.
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
B.F. Skinner
Apr 25, 2021 Ambrose Video Publishing
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Traces the development of behaviorism and B.F. Skinner's application of the theory in raising his infant daughter in an environmentally controlled box, as well as in his early experiments with pigeons. Includes a visit by Skinner and his family to Twin Oaks, the rural Virginia commune that attempted to put the Walden Two philosophy into practice. Commune members describe their successes, failures, and modifications of Skinner's model, emphasizing their difficulties with sex roles and economic...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology, Walden, Twin Oaks, Air Crib
B.F. Skinner
Apr 25, 2021 Research Press
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This classic program focuses on the work of B.F. Skinner and addresses the issues and controversies generated by behavioral psychology. The DVD features discussions by Dr. Skinner and other distinguished professionals including Sidney Bijou, Joseph Cautela, C.B. Ferster, Joseph Fletcher, Fred Keller, Gerald Patterson, and Richard Stuart. 45 minutes (includes discussion guide).
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B.F. Skinner
Apr 25, 2021 PBS WNET New York, NY
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One in this interview series hosted by James Day. In this program, Day interviews Harvard psychology professor B.F. Skinner in Boston. Their discussion includes the following topics, among others: Skinner's vision of a Utopian society as described in his books "Walden Two" and "Beyond Freedom and Dignity"; his belief that citizens are controlled by the mass culture rather than by any one institution or authority figure; the state of human freedom; the belief that individuals...
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Firing Line with William F. Buckley, Jr.: The Mechanism Of Moral Development , Episode S0112, Recorded on October 16, 1973 Guests: B. F. (Burrhus Frederic) Skinner , Leon Festinger, Andrea Glass, Harvey Grill, Elisabeth Clark
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B.F. Skinner
Apr 25, 2021 San Diego State University
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B.F. Skinner interviewed in his office at Harvard University by Eve Segal of San Diego State University, Feb. 1988 : an informal talk about human behavior and its determinants. Part 1: Focus on philosophy of behaviorism (45:00 min.) Part 2: Focus on verbal behavior (35:00 min.)
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B.F. Skinner
Apr 25, 2021 William F. Buckley, Jr
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Firing Line with William F. Buckley, Jr.: The Case Against Freedom , Episode S0021, Recorded on October 2, 1971 Guests: B. F. (Burrhus Frederic) Skinner , Donald MacCrimmon MacKay, Thomas J. Hart, Daniel
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B.F. Skinner
Apr 25, 2021 Rutgers University
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Host: Richard D. Heffner Guests: Charles Frankel, BF Skinner and Father Eugene Kennedy Title: "The Limits of Human Freedom"
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology, Freedom, Charles Frankel, Father Eugene Kennedy
B.F. Skinner
Apr 25, 2021 Appleton-Century-Crofts and Meredith Publishing Co.
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Describes some of the basic principles involved in the behaviorist approach to psychology as developed by B. F. Skinner. Illustrates techniques of instrumental conditioning, using pigeons, rats, children, and dogs. Based on " Reese, E.P. (1964). Experiments in operant behavior. ". Behavior Theory in Practice is a set of four color videos (Parts I-IV), each part approximately 21 minutes in length. Each individual Part presents basic behavior principles in the laboratory and examples of...
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B.F. Skinner
Apr 25, 2021 Carousel Films, Inc.
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Describes the reinforcement-theory of learning, and shows how the learning process may be measured through scientific techniques. Shows how B. F. Skinner and Richard J. Herrnstein measure the learning process.
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B.F. Skinner
Apr 25, 2021 Instructional Service of the National Education Association
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Presents B.F. Skinner explaining the theory of programmed learning, Arthur Lumsdaine describing a variety of teaching machines and programmed materials, and Robert Glaser discussing the implication of such machines and materials for education.
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B.F. Skinner
Apr 25, 2021 Milwaukee Area Technical College
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B. F. Skinner discusses behavior modification, behavioral technology, and the uses of positive reinforcement in shaping human behavior. Psychology of Human Relations Program 6 B.F. Skinner On Behaviorism Milwaukee Area Technical College
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B.F. Skinner
Apr 23, 2021 Research Press
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Psychologists Epstein and Skinner in a classic classroom film originally released in 1982 and dubbed "best film of the year" by the American Psychological Association. In sometimes stunning footage, the film shows that pigeons, with the right training, can behave in ways that appear to demonstrate advanced human phenomena: self-awareness, insight, problem solving, imitation, symbolic communication, and even the use of a memorandum. The film defends a "behavioristic"...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Robert Epstein, Behavior, Behaviorism, Behaviorology
B.F. Skinner
Apr 23, 2021 Pamela G. Armstrong
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Skinner's Keynote address given as he receives his award from the American Psychological Association's special presidential citation for lifetime contributions to psychology. Recording of a keynote address at the 98th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, held August 10, 1990, Boston, Mass.
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B.F. Skinner
Apr 23, 2021 American Personnel and Guidance Association (APGA)
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B. F. Skinner is interviewed about the role his research and behaviorism could play in influencing psychotherapy
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B.F. Skinner
Aug 24, 2020 Davidson Films
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Other than Freud, no psychologist has been so discussed, critiqued and, at times, maligned as B.F. Skinner. Using both archival and new film, this video takes a new look at who the man was, and what he really said in his twenty books. Like other thinkers who broke new ground, Skinner had to invent his own vocabulary to describe the phenomena he was studying. In this film, his terms are introduced in context so the student understands how they were intended to be used and the research that...
Topics: B.F. Skinner, Murray Sidman, Behavior, Behaviorology, Behaviorism, Murray Sidman
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Aug 21, 2020 Dr. Glenn I. Latham
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The Teenage Years - Your Window of Opportunity
Topics: Parenting, Teenagers, Children, Behavior, Behaviorology, Latham, Glenn Latham, Utah State...
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Aug 21, 2020 Dr. Glenn I. Latham
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In this audio presentation, parents will discover and learn solutions to many parenting concerns. It features 24 easy-listening, positive parenting prescriptions in the form of engaging thoughts, stories, music, and personal parenting experiences. You can begin using the sound advice and examples right now. Titles include “Mountains Out of Molehills”, “Be Good To Yourself, Too”, “Don’t Sweat the Little Things”, and many more. Enjoy learning new parenting skills on your commute or...
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Aug 21, 2020 Dr. Glenn I. Latham
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Parents and professionals agree that these proven methods for improving childhood behaviors are fundamental to stable family relationships. Dr. Latham entertains and enlightens as he teaches eight things that must be eliminated from every home, three essential skills for when children misbehave, and four skills for when children behave well. This may be the most important video you ever watch because Dr. Latham demonstrates how you can minimize the risks of losing your children to dangerous...
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Aug 21, 2020 Dr. Glenn I. Latham
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In this practical and concise course, Dr. Glenn I. Latham, professor of education and behavioral science at Utah State University, addresses four fundamental issues that parents encounter: tantrums, sibling rivalry, disobedience and living with teenagers. His method, appropriate for parents to children of all ages, provides valuable solutions for problem behaviors as well as long-term guidelines for building stable, loving families. This course was produced by Utah State University. Everyday...
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