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being understanding, compassionate, empathetic, and a positive thinker).
In this sense, Skinner argued that we respond to every kind of reinforcement, and that our behavior and personality traits can be shaped and controlled by the society.
Therefore, from this perspective, disruptive behaviour is considered to be an undesirable response to a set of stimuli, and children can be taught more desirable responses through the use of reinforcement.
Using this basic theory, behaviourism has had considerable influence on classroom management techniques and the encouragement of appropriate behaviours in the classroom.
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Personality and behavior are no doubt connected with each other.
Our behavior provides us hints on who we truly are, and our personality traits are given meaning by the way we behave.