Monthly Archives: June 2014

Universal contingencies June 16, 2014

We know that no two people behave in exactly the same way – even identical twins.  Each person’s repertoire is unique because no one can have an environmental history that is exactly like anyone else’s.  We are accustomed to the resulting variety, which is today displayed on YouTube in countless videos for everyone to see.…

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What I hear you saying June 1, 2014

One of the more exciting aspects of being a behavior analyst is our take on verbal behavior, widely viewed as the centerpiece of the human experience.  It’s not just the scientific evidence supporting our views that bolster our enthusiasm – after all, we certainly need lots more.  It’s the conceptual implications of what our science…

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