What are the basic tenets of behaviorism?
Any conduct consists of objectively analysable answers, and a complex human behavior can be analyzed in units of simple answers.
Always conduct consists of muscle movements and glandular secretions, i.e. which can be understood as physical and chemical processes.
All stimulus is followed by an answer and it is to a stimulus in such a way that causal relationships can be established between the two.
What are basic characteristics of behaviorism? Basicly it is understanding what causes and changes behavior. It uses conditiioning, shaping, reinfordcement, extinction, and other methods to change or create behavior. check out my blog for more on helping with child behavior. http://theaudiocounselor.blogspot.com/