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Dear reader,

This newsletter contains third part of the Personality Theories in which I have discussed Behaviourism with respect to Pavlov, Skinnerand Bandura. They have some really interesting theories about our conditioning, reward, punishment and self-efficacy - our beliefs about our own abilities. I think most of the My Zen Path readers would enjoy this. I was also planning to finish the last part of the series that covers the third wave of personality theories, but couldn't do it because of some personal reasons. Anyway! I am hoping to finish it soon. 

Do  send your feedback, comments either on the website or by replying to this newsletter. I am looking forward to some inputs as I am contemplating next iteration of the website.

I wish you a great weekend and a wonderful month ahead! 

Thank you!
~ Manish @ MyZenPath.com
October 1st, 2020

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Skinner - Education is what survives

Personality Theories 3

This is the third part of Personality Theories series and I am covering few behaviourist & learning theories here.  Some important psychologist involved in the development of these theories include Ivan Pavlov (1849 - 1936) - Classical Conditioning, B. F. Skinner (1904-1990) - Operant Conditioning and Albert Bandera (1925 - till date) - Social Learning Theory. Behaviourism The behaviourists believe …

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