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Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 32, 305-312 (2004). PRAGMATI…
The purpose of this commentary is to discuss briefly a few points arising from Malone's (2001) interesting paper, "Ontology Recapitulates Philology: Willard Quine, Pragmatism, and Radical Behaviorism." Malone's paper serves both as a tribute to Quine a…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 32, 313-315 (2004). PRAGMATI…
Leigland notes that the relation between radical behaviorism and pragmatism is complex and cites Richard Rorty as an exemplar of pragmatism. But Rorty promotes a bizarre version of pragmatism, not to be associated with radical behaviorism or with pragm…
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, 63-80 (2003). EFFECTIVEN…
In this article we examine some of the relations between behavior analysis and the pragmatic philosophy of William James. We point out that the adoption of effectiveness as a truth criterion is common to both systems, which warrants a closer examinatio…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 31, 139-143 (2003). WHY PINK…
A review of The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature by Steven Pinker. New York: Viking Press, 2002, 528pp.
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 31, 145-150 (2003). FOR THE …
Although I find myself in general agreement with Moore's thesis, I would like to elaborate upon two of the key issues that arose in his article: (1) the role of physiological events in behavior analysis, and (2) the concept of the private event in radi…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 30, 1-13 (2002). RADICAL BEH…
The central claim of this paper is that radical behaviorism and cognitive psychology can both make important contributions to an experimental analysis of a cognitive skill such as memory performance.
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 30, 61-72 (2002). SEARCHING …
Staddon has written a marvelous book, challenging, stimulating, and perhaps even irritating to anyone who is excessively settled in their beliefs, those who have selected to be card-carrying members of any one of the multitude of "ism"s in psychology.
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 29, 31-57 (2001). RADICAL BE…
Radical behaviorism is fundamentally different from traditional psychology, so it is not surprising that it has been widely misunderstood. It offers an alternative to the traditional treatments of mind that avoids some of the insoluble problems raised b…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 29, 63-74 (2001). ONTOLOGY R…
Willard Quine was not a radical behaviorist, but he was close enough. His writings are both eloquent and entertaining, dealing with the most fundamental questions that we can ask
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 29, 121-153 (2001). THE MODE…
Although culturally prominent modernist influences account for much of Skinner's early behaviorism, the subsequent changes in his views are appropriately considered as postmodern and are indebted to other sources. These changes are strikingly apparent …
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 27, 1-17 (1999). SKINNER
Affinities have been noted between radical behaviorism and phenomenology, hermeneutics, and poststructuralism, but this paper claims the most promising one has been neglected. Skinner
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 27, 75-96 (1999). CONCEPTION…
Determinism has long been a core assumption in many forms of behaviorism, including radical behaviorism. However, this assumption has been a stumbling block for many
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 26, 45-61 (1998). INTENTIONA…
History has shown, and continues to show, that ordinary language is not enough when faced with such goals, tasks, and contexts. What has been necessary is the development of a different way of interacting with the phenomena of interest, and the differe…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 26, 63-71 (1998). ON THE LIM…
The defenders of RB typically hold (in one version or another) the following views: that the general canons of scientific practice somehow especially endorse the approach of RB, from the outset, prior to the empirical and theoretical unfolding of its r…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 26, 73-107 (1998). NATURE AS…
The main goal of this paper is to show how, in the study of action, contemporary American environmentalism absorbed intact the key concept of the nativism it displaced in the period between 1920-1935.
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 25 (2), 83-94, (1997).LINGUI…
Linguistic Behaviorism (Place, 1996) is an attempt to reclaim for the behaviorist perspective two disciplines, linguistics and linguistic philosophy, most of whose practitioners have been persuaded by Chomsky
Item: Radical Behaviorism:The Philosophy and the Science
Radical Behaviorism: The Philosophy and the Science By Mecca ChiesaTo a greater extent than any other behavioral formulation, Radical Behaviorism has abandoned mechanistic explanation. Like Darwin, B.F. Skinner adopted selection as a causal mode. He appl…
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: Actively Caring for People Policing: Building Positive Po…
Throughout the years experts have struggled to define the term “police culture.” For most this label means a reactive approach to keeping people safe by using punitive consequences to punish or detain the perpetrators. The result: More attenti…
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 …
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: 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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