Association for Behavior Analysis International

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Second International Conference; Brazil, 2004

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Paper Session #131
Learning Behaviors: The Problem of Addiction (Comportamentos Aprendidos: O Problema da Dependência)
Saturday, August 14, 2004
10:45 AM–12:00 PM
Paco dos Nobres 1B
Area: AUT
Chair: Jeffrey N. Weatherly (University of North Dakota)

Gambling Behavior in a Laboratory Setting: Will Money Stop Them? (Comportamento de Jogar em Situação de Laboratório: O Dinheiro os Fará Parar?)

Domain: Applied Behavior Analysis
JEFFREY N. WEATHERLY (University of North Dakota), Casey Lee McDougall (University of North Dakota), Angelique Gillis (University of North Dakota)



Brand Choice: Effects of Programmed Utilitarian, Informational and Negative Reinforcement on Demand Elasticity (Escolha de Marcas: Efeitos do Reforçamento Utilitário, Informacional e Negativo Programados Sobre a Elasticidade da Demanda)

Domain: Applied Behavior Analysis
GORDON R. FOXALL (Cardiff University), Jorge Oliveira-Castro (Universidade de Brasília), Teresa C. Schrezenmaier (Cardiff University)



"Nonverbal" Intelligence and Learned Relational Responding (Inteligência "Não-verbal" e o Responder Relacional Aprendido)

Domain: Applied Behavior Analysis
RACHEL FREUND (University of New Mexico), John E. Dencoff (University of New Mexico), Derek A. Hamilton (University of Lethbridge, Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience), Michael J. Dougher (University of New Mexico)





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