Behavior postulates and corollaries--1949.

  title={Behavior postulates and corollaries--1949.},
  author={Clark L. Hull},
  journal={Psychological review},
  volume={57 3},
  • C. L. Hull
  • Published 1 May 1950
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychological review
Testing boundary conditions of the ideomotor hypothesis using a delayed response task.
This study investigated the time-course of response-effect compatibility (REC), which produces a shorter reaction-time when response effects are compatible with the responses than when they are not.
Viewing Nonsuicidal Self-Injury in Adolescence Through a Developmental Neuroscience Lens: The Impact of Neural Sensitivity to Socioaffective Pain and Reward
Nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI)—deliberate self-harm without the intent to die—is a high-risk and impairing behavior associated with long-term morbidity and mortality risks. The prevalence of NSSI
Motivating Information Security Policy Compliance: Insights from Perceived Organizational Formalization
ABSTRACT Psychological and behavioral characteristics are among the most important factors that instigate information security incidents. Although many previous studies have discussed the influencing
Personality development through natural language
A linguistic analysis of nearly 44,000 responses to the Washington University Sentence Completion Test elucidates the construct of ego development (personality development through adulthood) and identifies unique linguistic markers of each level of development.
Automatic reward system for virtual creatures, emergent processes of emotions and physiological motivation
Abstract Emotional and motivational evaluations are part of the development of rewards within living beings. Particularly, during the perception of stimuli in the environment, these evaluations
The representation of space in the brain
The literature surrounding place cells, head direction cells, grid cells and the evidence that these cells collectively form the neural basis of a cognitive map are summarized.
Alerts for Assessing "Biological Constraints" on Learning
Many researchers have reported differential rates of learning and inferred selective associations between events reflecting adaptive specializations or biological constraints on learning that have
La teoría del aprendizaje de Piaget y sus consecuencias para la praxis educativa
Our aim is to show the constitution of a theory of the learning in Jean Piaget’s work from the overcoming of the secular opposition between learning and intelligence and on essa base to discuss the
Modeling habits as self-sustaining patterns of sensorimotor behavior
A computational model is used to present an alternative theoretical view, where habits are seen as self-maintaining patterns of behavior that share properties in common with self- maintaining biological processes, and that inhabit a complex ecological context, including the presence and influence of other habits.