| Classic Education at EduClassics.com describes behavior patterns people use to learn and uses of these descriptions to increase contributions of Classic Education in the 21st Century. This page introduces definitions of a behavioral scientist.
Behavioral Scientist: a. A person, usually a professional, who practices behavioral science; contributes to and applies a body of practice and literature that identifies and analyzes behavior patterns through objective empirical research, especially with experimental designs. b. A person who systematically studies, describes, and reports observable, social activity of an organism, including humans. c. Uses practices that rely on descriptions of sensory input without reference to inferences and other speculations about phenomena observed. d. Can include practitioners in the social and neurological sciences that examine sensory input and responses of organisms without reference to theories and other speculations.