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Behaviorism focused solely on behavior. For most behaviorists, thought is not part of the learning process. If there is no thought, are people mindlessly programmed to learn? If so, are behaviorist approaches ethical? Choose one of the behavior theorists and explain their approach to working with people. Would you approve of this process on a loved one? Why or why not? 

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Hergenhahn’s An Introduction to the History of Psychology

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