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Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 43, 1-37 (2015). ANTIDUALISM…
ABSTRACT: Radical behaviorism (RB) is antidualistic and antimentalistic. Antidualism is the rejection of ontological dualism, the partition of reality into physical and nonphysical. Antimentalism is the rejection of the ontological theses that mind is ca…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 38, 49-59 (2010). IS JUSTIFI…
Edmund Gettier (1963) argued against defining knowledge as justified true belief. Using two examples, he demonstrated that (a) believing a proposition to be true, (b) having justification for that belief, and (c) the proposition in fact being true, do not…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 32, 453-464 (2004). REDESCRI…
In its quest to become more scientific, many have held that social science should more closely emulate the methodology of natural science. This has proven difficult and has led some to assert the impossibility of a science of human behavior. I maintain,…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 32, 503-524 (2004). INFERENT…
A central tenet of cognitivism is that knowing how is to be explained in terms of tacitly knowing that a theory is true. By critically examining canonical anti-behaviorist arguments and contemporary appeals to tacit knowledge, I have devised a more expl…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 31, 47-61 (2003). WHAT COLOR…
Leigland eloquently and accurately distinguished methodological and radical behaviorism. Baum represents the molar radical behaviorism that has developed over the past four decades while Galbicka carries on the struggle of the old molecular view, a vie…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 29, 21-25 (2001). THE REFERE…
In the first part of this response, we will outline the approach to rules and instructions provided by Ribes-I
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 28, 41-55 (2000). INSTRUCTIO…
A conceptual analysis along these arguments suggests that the usefulness of the distinction between rule-governed and contingency-shaped behaviors is questionable.
Item: NEW! General Behaviorology: The Natural Science of Human …
This book comprehensively presents the principles and practices of the natural science of behaviorology including its answers to some of humankind’s essential but long–enduring questions. In a future behaviorology department, a beginning stude…
Item: Miracle at Cuscaden ParkThe Story of “Strikeout Joh…
Miracle at Cuscaden Park is a baseball book that helps build your child's self-confidence. Scientifically-derived principles of Behavioral Psychology are woven into a story about a boy, Strikeout Johnny, who learns to cope with performance anxiety, parent…
Item: Behind the Schoolhouse Door:Managing Chaos With Science,S…
Behind the Schoolhouse Door: Managing Chaos With Science, Skills & StrategiesDr. Glenn I. Latham This new compilation of Behind the Schoolhouse Door, Management Not Discipline, and workshop studies includes findings from a 20-year study conducted i…
Item: Radical Behaviorism for ABA Practitioners
Radical Behaviorism for ABA Practitioners is primarily written for students planning careers delivering ABA services and for practicing applied behavior analysts who work in some capacity as clinicians, supervisors, or administrators. Throughout its …
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