Definition of Watson, John Broadus in English:

Watson, John Broadus

Syllabification: Wat·son, John Broadus
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈwätsən/
( 1878–1958), US psychologist; founder of the school of behaviorism. He held that the role of the psychologist was to discern, through observation and experimentation, the innate behavior and acquired behavior in an individual.

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