The behaviourist approach and learning (A-level Psychology help) Watch
An assumption of the behaviorist approach is that all behaviour is learnt from the environment, if that is the case than why do we have 'unconditioned responses' which are basically 'innate'? I am so confused.... how can we have innate responses if the behaviourist approach assumes that all behaviour (i.e. responses) are learnt.
This is so confusing and annoying and giving me a massive headache.
Thanks in advance for any help
What's the confusion? You pretty much summed up the issue of the behaviourist approach, which is what that question is asking - not for support of the argument but contradictions