10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «INTERBEHAVIOR»
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Functional Behavioral Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment, ...
Graph or display the interbehavior interval across all baseline sessions noting
the range and mean. Calculating the Interbehavior Interval Table 5.5 contains
data on the frequency of hitting (target behavior) for a hypothetical client.
Ennio Cipani PhD, Keven M. Schock MA, BCBA, 2010
Memory and Cognition in Its Social Context
Interference effects on the formation of interbehavior associations. If the recall
advantage of expectancy-inconsistent behaviors is due to the establishment of
interbehavior associations, this advantage should be decreased or eliminated
Robert S. Wyer, Jr., Thomas K. Srull, 2014
Paradigms in Theory Construction
Psychological events are evolved from ecological interbehavior. • Psychological
events involve the participation of total organisms, not merely • special organs or
tissues. Psychological events are ontogenetic. • Psychological interbehavior ...
Behavior Science: Philosophical, Methodological, and ...
Second, as a specific kind of interbehavior, distinctive of vocal (or other) actions
and rules describing them, language must consist in substitution of contingencies
, either in particular situations (referential language) or in relation to ...
H. W. Reese, L. J. Parrott, 2014
Greek and Interbehavioral Psychology: Selected and Revised ...
... EPIGENETIC VIEW. Random House. Kvale, S. (1974). The temporality of
memory. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 5, 7-31. Kvale, S. &
Grenness, C.E. (1967). Skinner and Sartre: Towards. Chapter. 23: Cognitive.
Moreover, when persons interact with things that exist only as verbal or pictorial
creation (Pegasus, dimensionless points, mermaids, or the paranoiac's trillion
dollars or identity with Napoleon), they are similarly demonstrating interbehavior.
Jacob Robert Kantor, 1981
Psychological Theory: Contemporary Readings
True it is that interbehavior with events is conditioned by various prior
interbehaviors, so that the events are approached with varying degrees of prior
endowment, but this is no obstructing bar to carrying on investigations of the
Observational Measurement of Behavior
In contrast, if you are not aware that you implicitly wish to estimate number, you
may not know that you will be fairly accurate in estimating number during a
baseline in which the behavior of interest occurs infrequently and the
Paul Yoder PhD, Frank Symons PhD, 2010
Handbook of Behaviorism
To illustrate Kantor's treatment in this regard, we present his four general classes
of interbehavior. A. GENERAL CLASSES OF INTERBEHAVIOR Kantor (1924)
categorized psychological events into five general classes based on the ...
William O'Donohue, Richard Kitchener, 1998
Handbook of Personality: Theory and Research
In accord with this strong naturalistic and behavioristic position, he rejected all
dualistic concepts of "mind" and "spirit" that postulated mentalistic events
occurring over and above (or under and below) the concrete, observable
Lawrence A. Pervin, Oliver P. John, 1999