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Advances in Behaviour Analysis

Organized in three parts, conceptual issues, applied issues and experimental issues, this book focuses on advanced topics in behaviour analysis and the psychology of learning. It is a joint venture with the Behaviour Analysis in Ireland Group.

256 pages


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Table of Contents

Human development - a question of structure and function, Karola Dillenburger and Michael Keenan private events - a neglected and misunderstood construct in radical behavourism, Ian Taylor and Mark F. O’Reilly ’W’-ing - teaching exercises for radical behaviourists, Michael Keenan what are the reinforcers for cognitivism in behaviour therapy? Kevin J. Tierney and John A. Smith bye-bye behaviour modification, Peter Walsh applied psychology from the standpoint of behavioural analysis, Julian C. Leslie the behavioural self-control of study in third-level students - a review, Samuel D. Cromie and Leo J.V. Baker compliance training as an intervention strategy for anti-social behavoiur - a pilot study, Dermot O’Reilly and Karola Dillenburger assessing challenging behaviour of persons with severe mental disabilities, Mark F. O’Reilly relational frame theory and the experimental analysis of human sexual arousal - some interpretive implications, Dermot Barnes and Bryan Roche rules and rule-governance - new directions in the theoretical and experimental anaysis of human behaviour, Ken P.J. Kerr and Michael Keenan.

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