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Resource: Animal Behavior - Article
Animal Behavior - Behavioral Enrichment 101 by Hilda Tresz, Arizona Trail Keeper, The Phoenix Zoo
Resource: Training Two Coyotes (Canis latrans)
The Phoenix Zoo provides training and behavioral enrichment programs for its animals with the goals of elevating the welfare of the animals and engaging our guests. The behavioral management program utilizes keepers, interns, volunteers, docents and stude…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 35, 57-60, (2007).COMMENTARY…
Foxall's incorrect claims about behavior analysis (2007) arise from a failure to understand the stance of behavior analysis. Behavior analysis is the science of behavior; it is about behavior and not about organisms. It views behavioral events as natura…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 35, 77-92 (2007). GORDON FOX…
"Intentional behaviorism" is Gordon Foxall's name for his proposal to mix the oil of mentalist language with the water of empiricist behaviorism. The trouble is, oil and water don't mix. To remain scientific, the language of behavioral science must rema…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 35, 93-100 (2007). FUZZY LOG…
Foxall introduces mental constructs into his modified behaviorism. His goals are praiseworthy, as a reconciliation of public behavior with private dialog-one that improves on contemporary extensions of behaviorism-must be achieved if our epistemology is…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 35, 101-111, (2007). INTENTI…
This commentary discusses critically the proposal of Foxall's intentional behaviorism that, when the use of intentional categories can be justifiably portrayed as heuristic overlay to theories incorporating radical behaviorist principles, intentionality…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 35, 113-130, (2007). COMMENT…
Professor Foxall suggests the radical behaviorist language of contingencies is fine as far as it goes, and is quite suitable for matters of prediction and control. However, he argues that radical behaviorist language is extensional, and that it is neces…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 35, 131-138 (2007). A BEHAVI…
According to Foxall (2007), simple acts may best be explained in terms of behavior of the organism as a whole, but complex behavioral patterns, usually described by mental terms, can only be explained by neurocognitive psychology, in which the mind is …
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 34, 1-17 (2006). NATURE, NUR…
Determining the degree to which persistent human behaviors and traits are the result of genetics or environment is important for a host of theoretical reasons in psychology. This article asks whether the results of such determinations are relevant to th…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 34, 89-107 (2006). CLASSIC E…
I analyze the theoretical tenets of early ethology and the criticisms leveled against it from comparative psychology. Early ethology had a clear research object, the study of behavioral adaptedness. Adaptedness was explained by the functional rules and …
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 34, 109-121 (2006). HUMAN BE…
Language has been traditionally considered as a special psychological or behavioral phenomenon, with a logical status similar to other phenomena such as learning, memory, and thinking. Based on Wittgenstein's notion of language game, I argue that langu…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 33, 17-40 (2005). THE REFLEX…
The Reflexive Theory of Perception (RTP) claims that perception of an object or property X by an organism Z consists in Z being caused by X to acquire some disposition D toward X itself. This broadly behavioral perceptual theory explains perceptual int…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 33, 41-54 (2005). WHAT MULLE…
Johannes Muller's law of specific nerve energies (LOSNE) states that the mind has access not to objects in the world but only to our nerves. This law implies that the contents of the mind have no qualities in common with environmental objects but serve …
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 33, 67-79 (2005). BEHAVIORAL…
Tonneau attributes an antirealist position to my writing. In my reply I argue that my position is not antirealist, but a-ontological. I subsequently consider the implications of Tonneau's core arguments in light of my a-ontological position and find th…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 32, 69-95 (2004). REALISM AB…
Behavior analysis emphasizes the study of overt animal (human and nonhuman) behavior as a subject matter in its own right. This paper provides a metaphysical foundation for such an emphasis via an elucidation of a thesis that I generically call "realis…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 32, 293-303 (2004). THE PERI…
Despite its diminished importance amongst philosophers, the deductivenomological framework is still important to contemporary behavioral scientists. Behavioral theorists operating within this framework must be careful to distinguish between nesting and…
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, 31, 151-157 (2003). SOME FUR…
For behavior analysis, ontological concerns are linked with pragmatism, rather than any stance on the inherent nature of the thing studied. Thus, behavior analysis regards as troublesome ontological commitments that formulate certain covert events as "…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 31, 203-207 (2003). THE SOCI…
Review: Max Hocutt's Grounded Ethics launches a spirited attack on all forms of rationalist moral theory. Hocutt marshals careful philosophical argument supported by a solid grasp of relevant psychological research and a thorough understanding of the h…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 31, 209-223 (2003). THE BEHA…
I distinguish three matters about which decisions have to be made in scientific activities: (1) adoption of strategy; (2) acceptance of data, hypotheses, and theories; and (3) application of scientific knowledge. I argue that, contrary to the common vi…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 29, 167-186 (2001). ON PSYCH…
Behavior analysis recognizes that some psychological terms relate to private behavioral events, such as occur when speakers report internal sensations or engage in covert behavior.
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 27, 127-145 (1999). BEHAVIOR…
In the first part of the present paper, we briefly recapitulate the basic tenets of selectionist psychology and attempt to explore the role of behavioral variability in human behavior. In the second part, its importance in the emergence of intelligence…
Item: The Science and Fiction of Autism
ISBN-10: 0674025695 | ISBN-13: 978-0674025691 | Publication Date: September 30, 2007 | Edition: 1 Autism is a complex and incurable constellation of bizarre behaviors, impaired cognition, limited language, and most distressingly, a lack of responsi…
Item: Applying Behavioral Analysis Across the Autism Spectrum -…
Applying Behavior Analysis Across the Autism Spectrum, Second Edition is appropriate for use in training programs designed to prepare personnel for working with children with autism, and which conform to the BACB's Guidelines in terms of course coverage a…
Item: Coercion and Its Fallout - ePUB Format
Coercion and Its Fallout, Revised Edition By Murray Sidman Do you use Coercion? No? When you have finished this book, you are going to be very surprised; you are going to know some things about yourself that you never knew before. We use coercion almost…
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 …
Item: The Blue Books:Goldiamond & Thompson'sFunctional Analysis…
Fulfillment is through DROPBOX. For quicker delivery, email pavlik@behavior.org after you purchase.  The Blue Books: Goldiamond & Thompson's Functional Analysis of Behavior CD Edited and revised by Paul Thomas Andronis, Northern Michigan Univer…
Item: Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Discovery, and …
In the early 1980s our Center was formed in Cambridge, Massachusetts to advance the new science and seek applications that might reduce human suffering. We took on many projects and were joined by some brilliant academicians and practitioners. In 1989 a f…
Item: Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Discovery, and …
In the early 1980s our Center was formed in Cambridge, Massachusetts to advance the new science and seek applications that might reduce human suffering. We took on many projects and were joined by some brilliant academicians and practitioners. In 1989 a f…
Item: Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Discovery, and …
In the early 1980s our Center was formed in Cambridge, Massachusetts to advance the new science and seek applications that might reduce human suffering. We took on many projects and were joined by some brilliant academicians and practitioners. In 1989 a f…
Item: The Courage to Actively Care: Cultivating a Culture of In…
By E. Scott Geller (Author), Dave Johnson (Foreword) The lead character in this realistic story, a safety professional for a large manufacturing company, is bullied by her boss, and she searches to find the courage to confront him. In her search she lear…
Item: The Motivation to Actively Care
This refreshing teaching/learning narrative, based on actual life events and research-supported principles, begins with the lead character (Joanne Cruse) losing her job as the Safety Director for a large manufacturing company. Subsequently, her former psy…
Item: Actively Caring for People in Schools: How to Cultivate a…
Seven research-based lessons from psychology―the science of human experience―inspire the development of an actively caring for people (AC4P) culture. The education/training purpose: to enhance long-term positive and sustainable relations betwe…
Item: Actively Caring for People's Safety: How to Cultivate a B…
Imagine a work environment in which everyone actively cares for each other's safety and well-being on a routine basis. Employees at all levels of the organization provide their coworkers daily supportive feedback for safety-related behavior that prevents …
Item: BSN Special! Behavioral Science: Tales of Inspiration, Di…
In the early 1980s our Center was formed in Cambridge, Massachusetts to advance the new science and seek applications that might reduce human suffering. We took on many projects and were joined by some brilliant academicians and practitioners. In 1989 a f…
Tutorial: How to get children with ASD to communicate: What wo…
Presenter: Andy Bondy, Ph.D., Pyramid Educational Consultants, Inc. CEU: 1.5 units Type II Choose this course. Course Description: The selection of an approach to help children with autism acquire communication skills is remarkably challenging. This ta…
Tutorial: Conceptual Issues in a Science of Behavior from Wats…
Presenter: Dr. Jay Moore, Professor of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee CEU: 1.0 units Type II Choose this course. Course Description: John B. Watson was born in rural South Carolina in 1878. He held faculty positions at the Unive…
Tutorial: The Next Generation - UWF
The Next Generation of Research on Applied Behavioral Analytic Intervention for Individuals with ASD     Presenter: Tristram Smith, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC). CEU: 1.0 units T…
Tutorial: Applying the Guidelines in Context - UWF
Applying the Guidelines in Context: Ethical decision making, ethical supervision, and ethical training Presenter: Mary Jane Weiss, Ph. D., BCBA-D, Institute for Behavioral Studies, The Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies, Endicott Colleg…
Tutorial: Will Technology Ruin the Safety Profession? - UWF
Dr. Aubrey C. Daniels – Will Technology Ruin the Safety Profession? - UWF Presenter: Dr. Aubrey C. Daniels: Filmed at the 2014 Behavioral Safety Now Conference, Buffalo, NY Presenter: Dr. Aubrey C. Daniels: Filmed at the 2014 Behavioral Safety No…
Tutorial: You can't fix stupid - UWF
Dr. Tim Ludwig – You can't fix stupid - UWF Presenter: Dr. Timothy Ludwig: Filmed at the 2014 Behavioral Safety Now Conference, Buffalo, NY CEU: 1.0 units Type II BACB® CE Credit Choose this course. Course Description:Want to turn the li…
Tutorial: Hardwiring Best Practices in Hospitals - UWF
Dr. Julie Smith – Hardwiring Best Practices in Hospitals Using a New Behavior-Based Management System - UWF Presenter: Dr. Julie Smith: Filmed at the 2014 Behavioral Safety Now Conference, Buffalo, NY CEU: 1.0 units Type II BACB® CE Credit …
Tutorial: Back to Basics: Why did you do that?! - UWF
Dr. Angelica Grindle – Back to Basics: Why did you do that?! - UWF Presenter: Dr. Angelica Grindle: Filmed at the 2014 Behavioral Safety Now Conference, Buffalo, NY CEU: 1.0 units Type II BACB® CE Credit Choose this course. Course Descri…
Tutorial: Helping School-Age Students - UWF
William L. Heward, Ed.D., BCBA – Helping School-Age Students with Autism Succeed in Regular Classrooms - UWF Presenter: Dr. William L. Heward: Recorded at the 2014 CCBS West Coast Conference on Autism CEU: 1.5 units Type II BACB® CE Credits …
Tutorial: Seven Life Lessons from Humanistic Behaviorism - UWF
Seven Life Lessons from Humanistic Behaviorism: How to bring the best out of yourself and others - UWF Presenter: Dr. E. Scott Geller CEU: 1.0 units Type II BACB® CE Credit Choose this course. Course Description:Seven evidence-based guideline…
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