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Volume 41 (2013)

Tonneau, François (2013) Introduction to Special Issue: Contrasting Perspectives On Behavior Research And Theory. Behavior And Philosophy, 41, i-ii.

Neto, Marcus Bentes De Carvalho (2013) We Are All Methodological Behaviorists. Behavior And Philosophy, 41, 1-10.

Tonneau, François (2013) Non-Humean Behavior Analysis. Behavior And Philosophy, 41, 11-32.

Zilio, Diego (2013) Filling the Gaps: Skinner On the Role of Neuroscience in the Explanation of Behavior. Behavior And Philosophy, 41, 33-59.

Tourinho, Emmanuel Zagury (2013) Cultural Consequences and Interlocking Behavioral Contingencies: Selection at the Cultural Level. Behavior And Philosophy, 41, 60-69.

Todorov, João Claudio (2013) Why I Am Not a Radical Behaviorist. Behavior And Philosophy, 41, 70-75.

 

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