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One of the problems with strict behavioral theory is that it very much ignores
the 'human variable'. When we reduce things strictly to stimulus and response, we can easily forget that there are human feelings, thoughts, and cognitions that are involved in the expression of a behavior as well. In the case of Roger a behaviorist will take everything at face value. If Roger comes in and says he is having trouble studying, it is very likely that the behaviorist
will agree with him based on the observable evidence and come up with a
reinforcement contingency of some sort to correct his 'problem'. However, the behaviorist is not likely to explore Roger's motivations, interests, or his desires in life. …
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