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Learning As Self-organization by Joseph S. King, Karl H. Pribram

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Analysis of Behavioral Selection by Consequences and Its Potential: Contributions to Understanding Brain-Behavior Relations

William J. McIlvane

Analysis of Behavioral Selection by Consequences and Its Potential Contributions to Understanding Brain-Behavior Relations

William J. McIlvane, William V. Dube, & Richard W. Serna

E. K. Shriver Center, Massachusetts General Hospital,Harvard Medical School, & Northeastern University

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Shriver Mental Retardation Research Center

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Throughout much of its history, behavioral science can be fairly characterized as an ongoing series of skirmishes and organized battles among individuals and groups espousing a variety of theoretical ...

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