Dr. Charles Brewer presents a biographical look at famed behaviorist John B. Watson. Despite his early success in psychology, Watson's personal life and scandals eventually forced him to leave academia. His infidelities, atheism, and questionable parenting habits resulted in his fall into relative obscurity.
Charles L. Brewer: "John B. Watson: The Misbehaving Behaviorist"
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