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[[Behaviorism|Behaviorists]] explain personality in terms of reactions to external stimuli. This school of thought was initiated by [[B. F. Skinner]]. According to these theories, people's behaviour is formed by processes such as [[operant conditioning]].
 
[[Behaviorism|Behaviorists]] explain personality in terms of reactions to external stimuli. This school of thought was initiated by [[B. F. Skinner]]. According to these theories, people's behaviour is formed by processes such as [[operant conditioning]].
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Behaviorists explain personality in terms of reactions to external stimuli. This school of thought was initiated by B. F. Skinner. According to these theories, people's behaviour is formed by processes such as operant conditioning.

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