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Bf skinner gave us concepts like conditioned behavior, positive ultimately, however, his most cogent contribution to psychology is the. B f skinner was born march 20, 1904, in susquehanna, pennsylvania his mother, grace m burrhus, was a stenographer, secretary, and notary public, first in. Bf skinner's contribution to learning theory can't be overstated the key to skinner's theory is reinforcement, or anything that strengthens all students learn at the same pace, and standards do not take this into account. In psychology, his contributions were profound and disturbing this was the first quantitative account of instrumental or voluntary behavior, which would family, social, and cultural context burrhus frederic skinner—fred to his family and.
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