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Presentation
Behavior analysis of rulegoverned behavior: Contrasting views
Annual Meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis
  • William Baum, University of California, Davis
  • Matthew P. Normand, University of the Pacific
  • Hank Schlinger, California State University, Los Angeles
  • D. Sidener
Document Type
Conference Presentation
Department
Psychology
Organization
Association for Behavior Analysis
Location
Phoenix, AZ
Conference Dates
May 22-26, 2009
Date of Presentation
5-26-2009
Abstract
The proper analysis of verbal stimuli commonly called "rules" or "instructions" continues to be a subject of debate among behavior analysts. In this panel, three prominent behavior analysts will each briefly present their analysis of rules and rule-governed behavior. A moderated discussion among the panel members will follow, along with an open question and answer period with the audience.
Citation Information
William Baum, Matthew P. Normand, Hank Schlinger and D. Sidener. "Behavior analysis of rulegoverned behavior: Contrasting views" Annual Meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/matthew-normand/59/