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Group: Behavioral Economics
Economics, like behavioral psychology, is a science of behavior. The value of economic concepts for behavioral psychology rests on their empirical validity when tested in the laboratory with individual subjects and their uniqueness when compared to establ…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 38, 31-48 (2010). MORALITY:…
Half a century ago, Elizabeth Anscombe reminded us that we of the West think of morality as a kind of law-viz., a moral law. As originally conceived, this law consisted of heavenly commands delivered to a favored clan and known only by the privileged few …
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 38, 125-127 (2010). REMARKS.…
I occasionally announce to students that the first obligation of any good behaviorist is to conform to the laws of behavior. After all, if behaviorists flouted the laws of behavior why should anyone else obey them, and where would our Science be then? The…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 35, 139-148 (2007). BEHAVIOR…
Foxall's intentional behaviorism is supposed to provide explanation and understanding where radical behaviorism provides only prediction and control. Foxall does identify empirical and conceptual issues with the operant reinforcement framework, but he …
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 33, 1-16 (2005). THE FUNCTIO…
This paper deals with the functions of intentional explanations of actions (IEAs), i.e., explanations that refer to intentional states (beliefs, desires, etc.) of the agent. IEAs can have different formats. We consider these different formats to be inst…
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, 32, 247-268 (2004). UNCOVERI…
In his highly influential The Interpretation of Cultures, anthropologist Clifford Geertz argues that the study of culture ought to be "not an experimental science in search of law but an interpretive one in search of meaning." I argue that the two need …
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, 127-137 (2003). NURTURE …
Two reviews of Death, Hope and Sex in Vol. 29 of this journal revealed some limitations in their authors' understanding of basic principles of evolutionary ecology and life history theory. Amin and Thompson's review criticized my model of the contingen…
Resource: Behavioral Technology Today, 3, 2-6, (2003). BASKETBA…
''Choice'' situations arise when concurrent schedules of reinforcement are available in an organism's environment. The matching law posits that given two concurrently available response alternatives the relative rate of responding equals the relative r…
Item: Don't Shoot the Dog! Revised Edition
Don't Shoot the Dog! By Karen PryorKaren Pryor's clear and entertaining explanation of behavioral training methods made Don't Shoot the Dog! A bestselling classic. Now this revised edition presents more of her insights into animal-and human-behavior. A gr…
Item: Teaching Individuals With Developmental Delays: Basic Int…
The long awaited sequel to teaching Developmentally Disabled Children: The Me Book has finally arrived! Following in the legacy of his earlier classic book, O. Ivar Lovaas, director of the Lovaas Institute for Early Intervention, has skillfully brought to…
Item: Organic Dysfunction SurveySchedules
Organic Dysfunction Survey Schedules by Joseph R. Cautela The field of behavioral medicine emphasizes a combined medical and behavioral approach to all organic dysfunctions. This approach assumes that both psychological and organic behaviors obey the s…
Item: Coercion and Its Fallout
Coercion and Its Fallout, Revised EditionBy Murray SidmanDo 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 excl…
Item: Time, Space, and Number in Physics & Psychology
Time, Space, and Number in Physics & Psychology William R. Uttal The goal of this book is to explore the question???how can physics draw presumably valid and consistent inferences from data obtained from inaccessible entities but psychology cannot? The …
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: Safe by Accident
Despite decades of improvements in occupational safety, avoidable incidents still occur daily across all industries. Recent catastrophic events in the Gulf of Mexico and the mines of West Virginia shine a blinding spotlight on …
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: Performance Management: Changing Behavior That Drives Org…
Unfortunately, even though this book in one edition or another has been in existence for 32 years, the use of behavior technology in the work place is still in its infancy.  Since the fundamental laws of behavior don't change, those who learn to appl…
Item: Origins and Components of Behaviorology, 3rd Edition
Through this volume, the history of the emergence of behaviorology is available both for the first time (in 1992) and comprehensively. As current today as when originally written, this book is unique because it is also the only analyzed historical treatme…
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: Insurance Coverage for All - UWF
Dan Unumb – Insurance Coverage for All - UWF Presenter: Dan Unumb: Recorded at the 2014 CCBS West Coast Conference on Autism CEU: 1.0 units Type II BACB® CE Credit Choose this course. Course Description:n 2004, the New York Times wrote t…
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