Questions and reflections on the works "The Myth of Freedom" e "Walden II", by the american psychologist Burrhus Frederic Skinner, permeated the atmosphere of conversation between Psychology students and professionals, on November 18, when the meeting was held. Coffee with Skinner. Informally, the group participating in the event tasted not only the author's concepts, such as snacks, coffee and chocolate.
In addition to professors and the coordinator of the Psychology course at Bahiana, Dr. Mônica Daltro, psychologists and behavior analysts also participated in the meeting, Emanuel Palma e Luciana Maria Assis.
More about Skinner
Burrhus Frederic Skinner (Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, March 20, 1904 - Cambridge, August 18, 1990) was an American author and psychologist who conducted pioneering work in Experimental Psychology and was the proponent of Radical Behaviorism, an approach that seeks to understand behavior in terms of interactions. -relationships between phylogenetics, environment (culture) and the individual's life history.