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Verbal Behavior Under the Control of Verbal Stimuli
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A. E. Housman acquired alliteration analysis appears appropriate audience automatic writing aversive stimulation B. F. Skinner black scorpion called characteristic child circumstances clitics consequences controlling variables described distorted echoic behavior editing effect emitted emotional evoke example fact form of response formal given havior human behavior important instances intraverbal behavior intraverbal responses language listener's literary logical mand meaning metaphorical extension metonymical minimal repertoire minimal unit multiple causation object occasion occur onomatopoetic pattern possible practical present private stimuli probably prompt properties punishment react relevant respect result scientific self-echoic sense sentence similar simply situation someone sort sources of strength speak speaker and listener specific speech sponse stimulus control strengthening subvocal T. S. Eliot tact talking textual behavior textual response thematic things tion usually verbal behavior verbal community verbal environment verbal operant verbal repertoire verbal response verbal stimulus vocal behavior word writing