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Behaviorist Views of Personality
Behaviorist views of personality

Psychology had its origins as a subdiscipline of philosophy that sought to discover the nature of human thought, mind, and soul. It attempted to answer such profound questions as whether people have souls. Are the qualities that make us human, that allow us to ...

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