|Author||Donald O. Hebb|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover and Paperback)|
|Pages||378 (2002 Psychology Press edition)|
Organization of Behavior is a 1949 book by the psychologist Donald O. Hebb.
The author Richard Webster identifies Organization of Behavior as the most influential outline of Hebb's postulate. According to Webster, the hypothesis has classic status within science and is supported by recent research.
- Webster 2005, p. 487.
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