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Skinner considered pursuing graduate study in English, but eventually settled on psychology instead. "The choice of psychology followed Skinner's realization that what intrigued him about literature was actually human behavior, a topic he felt could be approached more suitably through science" (B...
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F. Skinner). The writings of Frances Bacon had interested since eighth grade. "In reading Bacon, Skinner had been exposed to a view of science that emphasized observation, classification, the gradual inductive establishment of laws, and the avoidance of hasty overgeneralization and metaphysical Ernst Mach, an Austrian scientist and the author of Science of Mechanics, which served as a model for Skinner's doctoral dissertation and as the chief basis for his own positivistic view of science" (B...
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