Progress in Behavioral Studies, Volume 1

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Psychology Press, 1989 - Psychology - 138 pages
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Advancing the study of behavior and its humane applications in society, this book explores behavioral studies and the analysis of behavior.

Progress in Behavioral Studies outlines the contributions of behavioral science to education, behavioral medicine, and other related disciplines. Individual papers report on progress made through the cautious introduction of quantitative formulations into analysis, the increased interchange of analysis with other disciplines such as economics and ethology, and the continuation of behavioral science as a basis for understanding more complex phenomena.
 

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Contents

A Pedagogy for Survival
45
Learning and the Modification of Somatic
81
Progress in the Experimental Analysis
125
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Robert Epstein, Ph.D. (San Diego, CA) is Editor-in-Chief of Psychology Today, host of the magazine's nationally-syndicated radio show, and University Research Professor at United States International University. Dr. Epstein holds a Ph.D. from Harvard and his research has been reported in Time, The New York Times, and Discover. His popular articles have appeared in The Washington Post and Reader's Digest.

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