If you mean to say “On which theory does behaviorism attack?” then I believe there are a couple answers to that. Behaviorism parallels the Learning Theory which supposes that the way we respond to stimuli from our environment is based on the consequences of our past action. In this theory everything we do is learned. This contradicts (not really “attacks”) the theory of Innate behavior, in which we are born with certain tendencies/instincts from which we act.
Behaviorism studies psychology one-dimensionally; only through the subjects behavior resulting from stimuli. It leaves the subject without will, emotions or intelligence, thus it inherently underestimates the complexities of the human brain.
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