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TPC: Theoretical, Philosophical, and Conceptual Issues Videos

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Adema, M. T. Naming and Categorisation: You Name It, You've Got It. Pr...
Credit(s): 1.00
Ardila, Ruben. Going International: Behavior Analysis at the Global Le...
Credit(s): 1.00
Hineline, P. N. Tacting, Describing, Naming and Explaining: The Interp...
Credit(s): 1.00
Iversen, I. H. The Need for Molecular Analyses. Presentation plus 1 BA...
Credit(s): 1.00
John Donahoe. Patterns of Explanation in Behavior Analysis: Models and...
Credit(s): 2.50
Lilienfeld, Scott O. Thinking Scientifically about Clinical Psychology...
Credit(s): 1.00
Maria Ruiz, Behaviorism, Values, and Ethics. Presentation plus 1 BACB/...
Credit(s): 2.50
Michael Dougher. Consciousness and Private Events. Presentation plus 1...
Credit(s): 2.50
Moore, J. C. The Case for Private Behavioral Events. Presentation plus...
Credit(s): 1.00
Neuringer, Allen. Epicurus and B. F. Skinner: Uncommon Resemblances an...
Credit(s): 1.00
Raymond Pitts. What Counts as Behavior? Presentation plus 1 BACB/PSY C...
Credit(s): 2.50
Timothy Hackenberg. Logical and Scientific Verbal Behavior: Whats Happ...
Credit(s): 2.50

 

 

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