Behaviorism: A Conceptual Reconstruction

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Index
An index of all names cited in the Notes is included in the References Cited beginning on p. 317.
Achievement Description, 44-46, 108, 122, 133- 34, 187
Action, 41-42, 54, 101-2, 170, 176, 193-96, 198- 99, 213, 267; see also Agency
Agency, 41-42, 80, 170, ch. 9, 202, 261; objections to, 176-78, 265; theories of, 192-200, 270
Analytic Behaviorism, 7-8, 207-13, 215, 224, 227-28
Anthropomorphism, 13, 43, 112, 118, 121-22
Anthroponomy, 2
Anticipatory Goal Reaction, 79, 82, 105, 126, 128, 156
Attention, 189-192
Attneave, F., 160-61
Autoclitic, 87, 136-37, 230
Automata, 156, 160, 168
Automatic, 188-92, 194-96, 198, 216, 238
Avenarius, R., 261
Awareness, 190-91, 206, 229, 237-39, 308n15
Axiomatized Calculus, 73, 83, 89, 94
Background Theory, 2-3, 5, 82-83, 91, 100
Bandura, A., 108-10, 113-14, 116, 153-54, 198
Behavior: definition of, 30-31, 33, 48-54, 93, 186, 211-12; description of, 37-48, 52-54, 104, 107, 120, 122, 197, 216; see also Achievement Description; Functional Response; Movement Description; Response
Behavioral Data Language, ch. 3, 55-57, 60-61, 86, 92, 94, 96, 197, 210, 233-34, 248, 267, 274
Behavioral Superfice, 30-33
Behaviorism (definition), 1-3, 6-8
Behaviorist Dialogue, 4-6
Behaviorist Family, 6-8, 28, 31
Behavioristics, 2
Behavior Modification, see Behavior Therapy
Behavior Therapy, 3, 8, 152-54, 213-15, 235, 279n4, 279n9, 282n54, 292n70, 292n78, 308n24, 310n69; cognitive, 152-54
Bentley, A. F., 30
Bergmann, G., 236
Bernard, C., 263
Bever, T. G., 142-43, 161
Black-Box Theory, 76-77, 167-68
Braine, M. D. S., 142
Brentano, F., 43, 210
Bridgman, P. W., 58, 62
Carnap, R., 8, 59-61, 227, 260
Categories, 34-35, 40, 52, 63, 226, 247, 277
Category Mistake, 22, 223, 269
Causality, 67, 69-70, 72, 76, 86, 100-1, 106-8, 122, 129-31, 141, 154, 165-67, 172, 176-80, 182, 197-98, 206-7, 212-13, 222, 234-35, 265, 269
Chein, I., 176
Chomsky, N., 130-49
Cognitive: construct, 114, 155, 191, 252; map, 111-12, 114, 139, 254-55, 259, 272, 276; theory, 44, 111-12, ch. 8, 265, 269, 271
Cognitivism, 160-72
Competence, 137-46

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Chapter 1 General Overview 1
  • Part I the Science 11
  • Chapter 2 Observation: the Case Against Introspection 13
  • Conclusion 28
  • Chapter 3: The Behavioral Data Language 29
  • Chapter 4 Theoretical Concepts 55
  • Chapter 5: Theorizing 81
  • Part II Behavior 97
  • Chapter 6 S-R 99
  • Conclusion 117
  • Chapter 7: The Organization of Behavior 119
  • Chapter 8: Complex Processes 150
  • Part III Mind 173
  • Conclusion 199
  • Chapter 10: Behavioral Interpretation 201
  • Chapter 11 First-Person Reports 225
  • Conclusion 248
  • Chapter 12: Behavioral Epistemology 250
  • Notes 279
  • References Cited 317
  • Index 363
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