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Charles Bohris Ferster (1 November 1922 – 3 February 1981) was an American behavioral psychologist. A pioneer in the field of applied behavior analysis, he developed errorless learning and was a colleague of . Skinner's at Harvard University, co-authoring the book Schedules of Reinforcement (1957). Ferster received his bachelor's degree at Rutgers University in 1947 followed by his Master's in 1948 and P. in 1958 from Columbia University
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Schedules of reinforcement. Ferster, By B. F. Skinner. This report describes an experiment which applies general principles of operant reinforcement to creating and maintaining new verbal behavior in the classroom. An application of these principles in . More).
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to Julius B. and Molly Madwin Ferster. He graduated with a BS from Rutgers University in 1947, and went on to earn an MA in 1948 and a PhD in 1950 from Columbia University. Ferster collaborated with .
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Skinners functional analysis of behavior asserted that the discovery of how environmental variables controlled behavior could substitute for mentalistic and inferred physiological explanations.
Ferster's work with B. Skinner on the key-pecking responses of pigeons led to the book Schedules of Reinforcement (1957). He helped found the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (1958). His interests in learning expanded to applied work with autistic children, institutional populations, and depressed and self-injurious individuals.