Choice: A local analysis.

  • Winston Vaughan
  • Published 1985 in Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior


Analyses of free-operant choice usually employ one of two general procedures: the simple concurrent procedure (i.e., a concurrent variable-interval variable-interval schedule) or the concurrent-chains procedure (i.e., concurrently available initial links, each leading to an exclusively available terminal link). Theories about choice usually focus on only… (More)


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@article{Vaughan1985ChoiceAL, title={Choice: A local analysis.}, author={Winston Vaughan}, journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior}, year={1985}, volume={43 3}, pages={383-405} }