Experimental analysis of behavior refers to a phrase typically associated with Skinner’s system. Reflects radical behaviorism’s emphasis on the objective analysis of the variables involved in behavior, specifically, what the organism does, the circumstances under which the action occurs, and the consequences of the action - whether behavior occurs again under similar circumstances. (see Radical behaviorism.)
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Experimental analysis of behavior which also refers to Behavior analysis refers to behavioral science that grew out of Skinner’s philosophy of radical behaviorism.

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