A Legacy of Growth: Human Operant Research in The Psychological Record, 1980–1999

@article{Dymond2002ALO,
  title={A Legacy of Growth: Human Operant Research in The Psychological Record, 1980–1999},
  author={Simon Dymond and Thomas S. Critchfield},
  journal={The Psychological Record},
  year={2002},
  volume={52},
  pages={99-106}
}
Laboratory analyses of human behavior are crucial for evaluating the interspecies generality of operant principles, and The Psychological Record provided early leadership in publishing human operant articles. To assess the journal’s modern status in this research area, we determined the prevalence of human operant studies in The Psychological Record for the years 1980 through 1999. The number of these studies increased consistently across the census period. During the 1990s, the journal… CONTINUE READING

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