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Human Development (1982) 25 (5): 340–364.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
...Edward K Morris; Daniel E Hursh; Andrew S. Winston; Donna M. Gelfand; Donald P. Hartmann; Hayne W. Reese; Donald M. Baer Relationships between the fields of behavior analysis and developmental psychology are examined. First, the influence of behavior-analytic research within developmental...
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Human Development (1978) 21 (4): 248–254.
Published Online: 23 December 2009
...Dene S. Berman Cognitive-behavioral theory as developing in a dialectic manner is discussed. After presenting the dialectic process of how opposites unite, cognitive and behavioral theories are portrayed as having opposing images of man. These conceptual opposites are united under cognitive...
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Human Development (1976) 19 (2): 99–107.
Published Online: 18 December 2009
...Sheldon H. White Contemporary psychology appears to contain a number of coexisting scientific revolutions. One paradigm, theoretical behaviorism, has rested on the premise of a passive organism. But a paradigm holds more than ideology. Each of our coexisting paradigms appears to offer: (1...
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Human Development (1976) 19 (2): 87–98.
Published Online: 18 December 2009
...Donald M. Baer The laws of behavior are primarily laws of responses rather than laws of organisms. Thus, they provide a technology for selecting those responses that are to serve as the organism’s guests, and it is through this selection that many of the organism’s characteristics and outcomes...