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Hoping to Interest People in Behavior Analysis

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Re: Hoping to Interest People in Behavior Analysis

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: Would you see cognitive behaviourism as a successor to behaviourism? I don't know what cognitive behaviourism is or who some of the people working in this field are. The behaviorism that I see a lot promise in is the philosophy adhered to by the people who write/read in the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. By no means, there is a single unified position within this group. There is psuh and shove of competing viewpoints. If I have to name a single individual I would pick David Palmer of Smith College.
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