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We propose that a fundamental unit of behavior is the concurrent discriminated operant, and we discuss in detail a quantitative model of the concurrent three-term contingency that is based on the notion that an animal's behavior is controlled to differing extents by both stimulus–behavior and behavior–reinforcer relations. We show how this model can(More)
  • J Nevin
  • 1999
The stimulus–response bond postulated by Thorndike's (1911) law of effect is not required in a functional account of behavior in relation to its consequences. Moreover, the notion of a bond has been challenged by the findings of several experiments. Nevertheless, it remains viable in the light of reanalyses of those findings. Thorndike's suggestion that the(More)
A 7-year-old boy with a history of recurrent acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), in remission, presented to primary care clinic after 2 days of progressive right hip pain with weight-bearing activities. He was otherwise asymptomatic at the time of presentation. Blood cultures revealed Gram-negative diplococci, which prompted an MRI that was significant for(More)
  • Allan Pease, Sue Brannigan, +34 authors Steve Tokoly
  • 2003
How to read others' thoughts by their gestures ALLAN PEASE is the managing director of a management consultancy company based in Sydney, Australia. He produces books, films, and cassettes that are used by numerous organisations around the world to train personnel in communication skills. He did ten years' study, interviewing and research before writing BODY(More)
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