behaviorist vs behavioristic what difference

what is difference between behaviorist and behavioristic

English

Alternative forms

  • behaviourist (British spelling)

Etymology

behavior +‎ -ist

Noun

behaviorist (plural behaviorists) (American spelling)

  1. One who studies behavior of humans or animals.

Related terms

  • behaviorism, behaviourism
  • behavioristic, behaviouristic

Dutch

Etymology

Borrowed from English behaviorist.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˌbi.ɦeː.vi.ɔˈrɪst/, /ˌbi.ɦeː.vi.oːˈrɪst/
  • Hyphenation: be‧ha‧vi‧o‧rist
  • Rhymes: -ɪst

Noun

behaviorist m (plural behavioristen)

  1. behaviorist

Related terms

  • behaviorisme
  • behavioristisch


English

Alternative forms

  • behaviouristic (British spelling)

Etymology

From behaviorist +‎ -ic.

Adjective

behavioristic (comparative more behavioristic, superlative most behavioristic) (American spelling)

  1. Of or pertaining to behaviorism, especially B. F. Skinner’s school of radical behaviorism.

Related terms

  • behaviorism, behaviourism
  • behaviorist, behaviourist

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