John Watson (1878 – 1958) – father of behaviourism

John Watson is seen as the father of behaviourism, as his address at Columbia University defined the start of the movement, defining the methodology behind this school of psychology. His research was on animal behaviour, specifically learning in rats. The behaviourist approach to learning also led him to study child rearing, where he took a…

John Watson (1878 – 1958) – father of behaviourism — Donald Clark Plan B

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