Conversation with B. F. Skinner (1972)

Conversation with B. F. Skinner (1972)

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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