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Volume 43 (2015)

Burgos, Jose E. (2015) Antidualism and Antimentalism in Radical Behaviorism. Behavior and Philosophy, 43,1-37.  

King, David (2015) Poverty of Stimulus Arguments and Behaviourism. Behavior and Philosophy, 43, 38-61.

Mason, Lee L., Davis, Don and Andrews, Alonzo (2015) Mentalistic Explanations for Autistic Behavior: A Behavioral Phenomenological Analysis. Behavior and Philosophy, 43, 62-84.

Jones, Todd (2015) "Google and the Army Are Planning Campaigns”; Mental States and Mental Agency in Groups. Behavior and Philosophy, 43, 86-103.

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