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Adema, M. T. Naming and Categorisation: You Name It, You've Got It. Pr...
Moore, J. C. The Case for Private Behavioral Events. Presentation plus...
2012 Theory and Philosophy Conference Video Package. Presentations plu...
Hineline, P. N. Tacting, Describing, Naming and Explaining: The Interp...
Iversen, I. H. The Need for Molecular Analyses. Presentation plus 1 BA...
John Donahoe. Patterns of Explanation in Behavior Analysis: Models and...
Maria Ruiz, Behaviorism, Values, and Ethics. Presentation plus 2.5 BAC...
Michael Dougher. Consciousness and Private Events. Presentation plus 1...
Raymond Pitts. What Counts as Behavior? Presentation plus 1 BACB/PSY C...
Timothy Hackenberg. Logical and Scientific Verbal Behavior: Whats Happ...
Ardila, Ruben. Going International: Behavior Analysis at the Global Le...
Lilienfeld, Scott O. Thinking Scientifically about Clinical Psychology...
Neuringer, Allen. Epicurus and B. F. Skinner: Uncommon Resemblances an...
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