“It is often said, particularly by psychoanalysts, that behaviorism cannot deal with the unconscious. The fact is that, to begin with, it deals with nothing else. The controlling relations between behavior and genetic and environmental variables are all unconscious as long as they are not observed, and it was Freud who emphasized that they need not be observed (that is, conscious) to be effective.” (p. 169)

 

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