APA Symposium: Control of Behavior through Motivation and Reward--Introductory Remarks
AbstractPresents the opening remarks at a symposium held at the 1957 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. The focus of this symposium was on new developments in learning and major systematic approaches to learning. Three speakers were asked to provided their firsthand knowledge of this topic: Fred Skinner, Neal Miller, and Don Hebb. In addition to their technical qualifications, these men are all noted for their willingness to come out of the ivory tower and for their ability to present good talks.