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Skinner

B(urrhus) F(rederic). 1904--90, US behavioural psychologist. His "laws of learning", derived from experiments with animals, have been widely applied to education and behaviour therapy
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Skinner admitted, "but our man at the Waldorf is expensive.
Skinner furnished him with a double sheet of paper, and Mr.
Skinner, with his small bowler hat on the back of his head, a fresh cigar in the corner of his mouth, and his thumbs in the armholes of his waistcoat, strolled along Broadway with something akin to a smile parting his lips, and showing his yellow teeth.
No livro Contingencies of Reinforcement: A Theoretical Analysis, Skinner (1966/1969) definiu regra da seguinte forma: "Uma regra e simplesmente um objeto no ambiente" (p.
Speaker John Bercow ordered Dennis Skinner to leave the chamber after he refused to use a different word to describe David Cameron during a Commons session focused on his tax affairs and the Panama leaks.
Trusted Leonard Skinner, 79, has brought shame on the church after he admitted the offences covering a four-year period.
Leonard Skinner, 79, of North Tyneside, is now facing a possible jail sentence after pleading guilty to the four offences.
Frank Skinner: Man in a Suit BBC1, 10.35pm For a while, it looked like Frank Skinner was mellowing.
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Byline: KEVIN MAGUIRE On the election trail with Dennis Skinner
"Shooter's Bible Guide to Extreme Iron," by Stan Skinner, Skyhorse Publishing Inc., New York, NY.