- B.F. Skinner Foundation -- Homepage
This website includes documents that describe B.F. Skinner's contributions to the field of psychology; an index of publications; the Analysis of Behavior, a program for self-instruction; images, audio, and video; and continuing and projected activities.
- Classical Conditioning
This web site examines classical conditioning, teaches about Ivan Pavlov and his experiments, discusses types of classical conditioning, such as higher order conditioning, conditioned emotional responses, and phobias.
- How Animals Learn
This website describes an application of operant conditioning.
- Operant Conditioning
This tutorial provides a biography of B.F. Skinner, an introduction to operant conditioning, a discussion on reinforcement and punishment, schedules of reinforcement, and additional references.
- Positive Reinforcement: A Self-Instructional Exercise
This is an exercise on the concept of positive reinforcement. This exercise gives you practice at responding to examples and nonexamples of positive reinforcement.
- The Behavioral Approach
This tutorial describes the behavioral model, early theorists, types of learning, assessment techniques, and applications of the approach.
- Transmission of Aggression through Imitation of Aggressive Models
This article, by Bandura, Ross, and Ross, was first published in the Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology in 1961. Read this classic in the history of psychology. In this experiment, children were exposed to aggressive and nonaggressive adult models and were then tested on the amount of imitative learning in a new situation in the absence of the model.