Science and Human Behavior“A common objection to a picture of the behaving organism such as we have so far presented runs somewhat as follows. In emphasizing the controlling power of external variables, we have left the organism itself in a peculiarly helpless position . . . Yet to a considerable extent an individual does appear to shape his own destiny. He is often able to do something about the variables affecting him.” (p. 228)

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