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-unites of behavior that seemed to determine the observable behavior of individual children
-whenever they behaved, whenever they did anything, it was part of a ________ ________
Behavior Settings
-Barkers view of the way to collect data
-to let the data flow through the recorder without imposing and form on them.
-Most psychologists collect data to confirm a theory, Barker calls this being an _________. When a ______ has a theory, only those facts that relate to the theory are collected.
A fundamental problem was determining if one behavior entity (a _________) was actually a separate behavior setting or whether it merged with another.
-the discovery of it was first reported in Barkers chapter in the Nebraska Symposium. The principle data that led to it resulted from comparing the behavior settings and occupants of the mid-western town with a town in England.
Behavior settings had a collection of properties. The had a population, leaders,objects that people used, a time schedule and other properties. Formalized into 7 dimensions
The size of circles on the map is determined by another concept environmental _______. Think of ______ as kinds of people plus kinds of behavior multiplied by person hours and divided by 100
the most central behavior setting, defined by Bechtel (1977)
Behavioral Focal Point
collected specimen records of children in their mid-western town and published the first record of a child's day. It was called "One Boys Day"
Barker and Wright (1951)
_____ and his students studied students at the junior year in several high-schools in Kansas to test whether this principle of size-determining participation worked in organizations below the community level. (Valley Falls and McClouth)
Barker and Gump (1964)
Ecological psychology was not coined until _____'s second text by that name (Midwest and its Children)
Barker (1968)
To test these findings on a nationwide scale, ____ obtained data from a sample of 21,371 students who took the (ACT)
Baird (1969)
A chart of the comparison of Knowledge About Environments between small town and large town boys
Wright (1969)
Phil Schoggen and his wife Dikkie were the first students at the field station.
Schoggen (1989)