The behaviorist movement began when Watson published "Psychology as the Behaviorist Views it"
John B. Watson published "Psychology as the Behaviorist Views it" and it is referred to as "The Behaviorist Manifesto"
John B. Watson conducted the Little Albert experiment about classical conditioning
B.F. Skinner wrote "Behavior of Organisms" which introduced the concepts of operant conditioning and shaping
Jean Piaget published the "Theory of Cognitive Development" which introduced his stages of cognitive development
Jean Piaget introduced his Theory of Equilibration on how learners accommodate new things into their schemas
Benjamin Bloom published Bloom's Taxonomy which is called the "operationalization of educational objectives"
Jerome Bruner published The Process of Education which argued for a curriculum reform
Jerome Bruner published 3 Modes of Representation which are the 3 stages of cognitive representation
Albert Bandura published the Social Learning Theory which adds to social cognitivism
Howard Gardner developed the Multiple Intelligences Theory which states there are seven distinct intelligences
Howard Gardner published his book Intelligence Reframed about his ideas of intelligence and creativity
A revised version of Bloom's Taxonomy was published with more up to date terms
Bandura published the "Social Cognitive Theory"