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It could use places for those red links in the intro to go to, they look a bit odd on my experimental front page. human 18:52, 19 January 2008 (EST)
"The cognitive revolution of the 1960's argued against the views of behaviorism, and asserted that the black box of the mind had as much, if not more, control than environmental reinforcement. Most of what cognitive psychologists had to say about behaviorism was largely off the mark, and much of it was sheer politics." ...??? Yes, Chomsky highlighting Skinner's definition of a stimulus as circular, and evidence in the mid 1950s showing cognitive strategies like hypothesis testing (Bartlett) and short term memory (Miller) are clearly political and defininately didn't undermine the core assumptions of RB. Oh waiiiiit.  indeed. 188.8.131.52 (talk) 10:59, 26 July 2010 (UTC)