Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Mind’s Eye and the Voice in Our Head December 18, 2014

If you are reading this, it is impossible for you to imagine what it is like to not be able to think.  Your well-developed verbal repertoire assures a rich private verbal life with only yourself as an interested and sympathetic participant.  As a behavior analyst, you know that “the mind’s eye” or this “voice in…

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Kings X December 3, 2014

I’m guessing that if you’ve shouted “Kings X!” while playing with friends, this means you are of a certain age.  When I was a child, this was the same thing as yelling, “Time out!”  This got you a momentary suspension of the game while you argued over the rules, checked to see if your friend…

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