behaviorism

(redirected from Behaviouralist)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
See: casuistry
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
In the following section we examine the managerialist and behaviouralist perspectives of the call centre labour process in order to outline the context within which our study was conducted.
Living with Wolves was established by David Egan, highly qualified canine behaviouralist and dog trainer.
(104) The latter is in a sense a closer approximation to the English 'ideological base' or the behaviouralist interpretation of ideology.
To the same extent, one should also mention the originality and iconoclastic character, for the early 1960s, of its theoretical syncretism that builds, on the one hand, on an interactionist analysis of bureaucracy, and, on the other hand, on a behaviouralist model of decision-making.
Despite referring him to animal behaviouralist Roger Mugford, Malcolm is still a little worried his pet will show the darker side of his personality and turn nasty.
(8) The historian Cornelis van Dijk interpreted the rebellion in the Marxist frame of class struggle and economic discontent emerging from badly formulated agrarian reforms, and--like the behaviouralist political scientist Karl Jackson--he argued for Kartosuwiryo's non-orthodoxy and Sufi-mystic approach to Islam as disproof of his dedication to an Islamic state.
This is particularly evident in the coverage of the three financial Laureates (Markowitz, Miller and Sharpe), the economic historians (Fogel and North) and the behaviouralist (Kahneman).
The book begins with a section on the foundations of Canada's broad political culture(s), as registered through behaviouralist methodologies.
By this time, however, IR had long parted methodological and (meta-)theoretical ways with IL, with a behaviouralist turn towards ("scientific") positivism in the 1950s and 1960s, and the structural neo-realism that emerged from it in the 1970s, seeking to firmly embed IR within the "science" part of the social sciences (Simmons 2013).
Hosted by: Daniel White, Co-Founder, The Behaviouralist