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COVERT BEHAVIOR AND MENTAL TERMS: A REPLY TO MOORE

@inproceedings{Stemmer2003COVERTBA,
  title={COVERT BEHAVIOR AND MENTAL TERMS: A REPLY TO MOORE},
  author={N. Stemmer},
  year={2003}
}
In a recent paper, Moore (2001) compares the behavior analytic treatment of so-called mental phenomena with other behaviorist approaches, in particular, with logical behaviorism and conceptual analysis (see also Moore, 1980, 1981, 1995). Moore concludes that behavior analysis gives a more adequate account of the phenomena than the other positions. In this note, I will argue that the behavior analytic treatment has itself some fundamental shortcomings. These problems are avoided if we adopt a… Expand
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