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Economics, like behavioral psychology, is a science of behavior. The value of economic concepts for behavioral psychology rests on their empirical validity when tested in the laboratory with individual subjects and their uniqueness when compared to established behavioral concepts. "Behavioral Economics" as studied and appliedShow More


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Defining Behavior - Podcast
Marshall Lev Dermer delivers "Defining Behavior" - describing how behavior analysts define behavior. Script written with by Vicki Lee, Jay Moore, and David Palmer. (Accompanying script available: http://www.behavior.org/resource.php?id=609 )
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