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Ioannes Broadus Watson

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Ioannes Broadus Watson.

Ioannes (vulgo John) Broadus Watson (natus Travelers Rest in Carolina Meridiana 9 Ianuarii 1878; mortuus Woodbury Connecticutae 25 Septembris 1958) fuit psychologus Americanus qui behaviorismum, scholam psychologicam, condidit. Mutationem in disciplina psychologica suasit per Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It ('Psychologia a behaviorista spectata'), quam orationem in Universitate Columbiae anno 1913 habuit.[1] Ad behaviorismum promovendum, Watson mores animalium, educationem puerorum, et praeconia mercatoria scivit. Praeterea experimentum Parvi Alberti et experimentum Kerplunk fecit. Usui theoriae scientificae cum behaviorismo favebat.[2] Periodicum Psychological Review edidit ab anno 1910 ad 1915.[3] Investigatio a Review of General Psychology anno 2002 facta Watson septimum decimum a citatissimo saeculi vicensimi psychologo numeravit.[4]

Discipulus Sicagi philosophiae sub Ioanne Dewey studere coepit.[5] Deinde opus Ioannis Pavlov (1849–1936) eum tenebat, unde interpretationem principiorum Pavlovianorum magnopere faciliorem redditam in eius operibus vulgo destinatis inserebat.[6]

Watson discipulus graduatus Mariam Ickes duxit, sororem Haroldi L. Ickes, qui secretarius interioris Civitatum Foederatarum fuerit.[7] Avus maternus erat Mariettae Hartley actricis, quae rebus psychologicis patiebatur quas theoriis ipsi avo tribuebat.[8]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Watson, J. B. (1913). "Psychology as the Behaviorist Views it.". Psychological Review 20 (2): 158–177 
  2. A. S. Cohn (2014), "John B. Watson," in The social history of the American family: An encyclopedia, ed. L. H. Ganong, et M. J. Coleman (Thousand Oaks Californiae: Sage Publications). Ex quodam situ interretiali.
  3. Kintsch, Walter; Cacioppo, John T. (1994). "Introduction to the 100th Anniversary Issue of the Psychological Review". Psychological Review 101 (2): 195–199 
  4. Haggbloom et al. 2002.
  5. B. R. Hergenhahn (1992), An introduction to the history of psychology (California: Wadsworth Publishing Company).
  6. R. C. Bolles (1993), The story of psychology: A thematic history (California: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company).
  7. Reevy, Gretchen; Ozer, Yvette Malamud; Ito, Yuri (2010) (en). Encyclopedia of Emotion. ABC-CLIO. ISBN 9780313345760 .
  8. M. Hartley, et A. Commire (1990), Breaking the Silence (Novi Eboraci: G.P. Putnam's Sons).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Buckley, Kerry W. 1989. Mechanical Man: John Broadus Watson and the Beginnings of Behaviorism. Guilford Press.
  • Buckley, Kerry W. 1994. "Misbehaviorism: The Case of John B. Watson's Dismissal from Johns Hopkins University." In Modern Perspectives on John B. Watson and Classical Behaviorism, ed. J. T. Todd et E. K. Morris. Greenwood Press.
  • Coon, Deborah J. 1994. "'Not a Creature of Reason': The Alleged Impact of Watsonian Behaviorism on Advertising in the 1920s." In Modern Perspectives on John B. Watson and Classical Behaviorism, ed. J. T. Todd et E. K. Morris. Greenwood Press.
  • Curtis, H. S. 1899/1900. "Automatic Movements of the Larynx." American Journal of Psychology 11: 237–39.
  • Dewsbury, Donald A. 1990. "Early interactions between animal psychologists and animal activists and the founding of the APA committee on precautions in animal experimentation." American Psychologist 45 (3): 315–27. doi:10.1037/0003-066x.45.3.315.
  • Haggbloom, Steven J., Renee Warnick, Jason E. Warnick, Vinessa K. Jones, Gary L. Yarbrough, Tenea M. Russell, Chris M. Borecky, Reagan McGahhey, et John L. Powell III. 2002. The 100 most eminent psychologists of the 20th century. Review of General Psychology 6 (2): 139–52. doi:10.1037/1089-2680.6.2.139.
  • Harris, B. 1984. "'Give me a dozen healthy infants. . . .': John B. Watson's popular advice on childrearing, women, and the family." In In the shadow of the past: Psychology portrays the sexes, ed M. Lewin, 126–54. Novi Eboraci: Columbia University Press.
  • Mills, John A. 1998. Control: A History of Behavioral Psychology. Novi Eboraci: New York University Press.
  • Samelson, F. 1981. "Struggle for Scientific Authority: The Reception of Watson's Behaviorism, 1913-1920." Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 17 (3): 399–425. doi:10.1002/1520-6696(198107)17:3<399::aid-jhbs2300170310>3.0.co;2-2.
  • Todd, James T. 1994. "What Psychology Has to Say About John B. Watson: Classical Behaviorism in Psychology Textbooks, 1920-1989." In Modern Perspectives on John B. Watson and Classical Behaviorism, ed. James T. Todd et Edward K. Morris. Greenwood Press.
  • Todd, James T., et Edward K. Morris. 1986. "The Early Research of John B. Watson: Before the Behavioral Revolution." The Behavior Analyst 9 (1): 71–88. doi:10.1007/BF03391931. PMID 22478649. PMC 2741879.
  • Todd, James T., et Edward K. Morris. 1994. Modern Perspectives on John B. Watson and Classical Behaviorism. Greenwood Press.
  • Watson, John B. 1907. "Kinaesthetic and Organic Sensations: Their Role in the Reactions of the White rat to the Maze." Psychological Review Monograph Supplement 8 (33): 1–100.
  • Watson, John B. 1908. "The Behavior of Noddy and Sooty Terns." "Carnegie Institute Publication" 103: 197–255.
  • Watson, John B. 1914. Behavior: An introduction to comparative psychology. Novi Eboraci: Henry Holt.
  • Watson, John B. 1915. "Recent experiments with homing birds." Harper's Magazine 131: 457–64.
  • Watson, John B. 1930. Behaviorism. Ed. retractata. Sicagi: University of Chicago Press.
  • Watson, John B. 1936. "John Broadus Watson. Autobiographia. In A History of Psychology in Autobiography, ed. C. Murchison, 3: 271–81. Clark University Press.
  • Wyczoikowska, A. 1913. "Theoretical and experimental studies in the mechanism of speech." "Psychological Review" 20: 448–58.

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