Some historical relationships between science and technology with implications for behavior analysis.

@article{Moxley1989SomeHR,
  title={Some historical relationships between science and technology with implications for behavior analysis.},
  author={Roy A. Moxley},
  journal={The Behavior analyst},
  year={1989},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={
          45-57
        }
}
The relationship between science and technology is examined in terms of some implications for behavior analysis. Problems result when this relationship is seen as one in which science generally begets technology in a one-way, or hierarchical, relationship. These problems are not found when the relationship between science and technology is seen as two-way, or symmetrical, within a larger context of relationships. Some historical examples are presented. Collectively, these and other examples in… CONTINUE READING
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