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What is behaviorism?
The view that mental states do not exist but are in fact the talk of certian behaviors.

(How is my mind connected to my body?)
Name one behaviorism.
Gilbert Ryle who believes that mental states are assuned based on someones behaviour.

(The concept of mind)
What problems does behaviorism deal with?
It deals with the problem of explaining how mental event cause physical events by stating that there are no mental events.

(How is my mind connected to my body?)
How does the Turing Test relate to behaviorism?
The turing test states that "if a computer or machine acts like a human and looks like a human than it must be human".
How can a mental state cause a physical state?
According to interactionalist dualism a physical event causes a mental event which in turns causes another physical event and so on.