Preface. 1. Themes in Behavior Theory and Philosophy; K.A. Lattal, P.N. Chase.
I: Philosophical Foundations. 2. Explanation and Description in Traditional Neobehaviorism, Cognitive Psychology, and Behavior Analysis; J. Moore. 3. Pragmatism and Behavior Analysis; K.A. Lattal, J. Laipple. 4. Empiricism; J. Marr. 5. Explanatory Reductionism in Behavior Analysis; D.W. Schaal. 6. Selectionism; J.W. Donahoe. 7. Humanism and Skinner's Radical Behaviorism; J.E.R. Staddon. 8. Concepts and Theories: Relation to Scientific Categories; E. Ribes-Iñesta.
II: Interpretations 9. Cognition; D.C. Palmer. 10. Privacy; H. Rachlin. 11. When We Speak of Intentions; P.N. Hineline. 12. Operant Contingencies and the Origin of Cultures; S.S. Glenn. 13. Implications of Determinism: Personal Responsibility and the Value of Science; M. Chiesa. 14. Advancing Behaviorism in Judeo-Christian Culture: Suggestions for Finding Common Ground; C.M. Galuska. 15. Behavior Analysis and a Modern Psychology; E.K. Morris.
III: Extensions to Research and Application. 16. Verbal Governance, Verbal Shaping, and Attention to Verbal Stimuli; A.C. Catania. 17. Creativity and Reinforced Variability; A. Neuringer. 18. In the Analysis of Behavior, What Does Develop Mean? D.M. Baer, J. Rosales-Ruíz. 19. Behavioral Education: Pragmatic Answers to Questions about Novelty and Efficiency; P.N. Chase. 20. Developmental Disabilities:Scientific Inquiry and Interactions in Behavior Analysis; N.A. Neef, S.M. Peterson. 21. Corporate Cultures; J.E. Krapfl.
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