Because a lot of behavioral principles, used to explain psychological events, came from laboratory experiments with animals, a view was formed, claiming that behaviorism believes that humans are like animals. They assumed that the human behavior could be explained and modified like animals' behavior, so that they focused on a single type of learning (Parrish, 2010). Eysenck (1994) claimed that because behaviorism couldn't measure important aspects of human functioning, like attention and thinking, by just observing stimuli and responses, it tended to use scientific methods to more simple phenomena, like the salivation of dogs. Behaviorists answer in that inquiry by supporting that their evolutionary - behavior theory doesn't assume that anything found in animals must be applied to humans (Follette & Hayes, 2000). In contrast, their opinion is that their assumptions come from a cross-species consistency, emerging the past information with the new one and vice versa, concluding a lot of things about different species (Follette & Hayes, 2000). Additionally, the study of animals and the learning about their behavior had seen as an opportunity to get bases and tools for the explanation of the human complex behavior (Follette & Hayes, 2000). Furthermore, it is acceptable that the above assumption wasn't so wrong. Follette & Hayes (2000) continued supporting that no behaviorist thinks of human behavior as a simple thing, but instead they think of it as a very complex thing. Also, they gave a successful example, saying that as a physician knows how to generalize the study of a single cell to the entire human body, behaviorists can understand the limits of generalizability from animals to humans.
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