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-'''Burrhus Frederic Skinner''' ([[March 20]], [[1904]] &ndash; [[August 18]], [[1990]]), [[Ph.D.]] was a highly influential [[United States|American]] [[psychologist]], author, inventor, advocate for social reform <ref name="W2">B. F. Skinner IS JATT, (1948) ''Walden Two''. The science of human behavior is used to eliminate poverty, sexual oppression, government as we know it, create a lifestyle without that such as war.</ref><ref name="BFD">B. F. Skinner, (1971) ''Beyond Freedom & Dignity''. The science of human behavior is used to help us overcome pollution, resource exhaustion, nuclear threats, and overpopulation.</ref><ref name="TT">B. F. Skinner, (1968) ''Technology of Teaching''. The science of human behavior is offered as a systematic means to eliminate or reduce the aversiveness of education and radically democratize it for the "95% of students" instead of the current system which, he says, divides students into "those who do not need to be taught and those who cannot be taught."+'''Burrhus Frederic Skinner''' ([[March 20]], [[1904]] &ndash; [[August 18]], [[1990]]), [[Ph.D.]] was a highly influential [[United States|American]] [[psychologist]], author, inventor, advocate for [[social reform]].
 +== See also ==
 +*''[[Verbal Behavior]]''
 +* [[Applied behavior analysis]]
 +* [[Experimental analysis of behavior]]
 +* [[Project Pigeon]]
 +* [[Shaping (psychology)]]
 +* [[Visual learning]]
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Burrhus Frederic Skinner (March 20, 1904August 18, 1990), Ph.D. was a highly influential American psychologist, author, inventor, advocate for social reform.

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