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Volume 22.1

Pg. 1-3: Autism and Other Child Developmental Disorders: Early Behavior-Analytic Interventions. Martha Pelaez

Pg. 6-22: Infants at Risk of Autism and Developmental Disorders: Establishing Early Social Skills. Hayley Neimy, Martha Pelaez, Jacqueline Carrow, Katerina Monlux and Jonathan Tarbox

Pg. 23-43: Effects of Social Reinforcement on the Emission of Tacts by Preschoolers. Carly Moher Eby and R. Douglas Greer

Pg. 44-66: Experiences That Establish Preschoolers’ Interest in Speaking and Listening to Others. Jeannine Schmelzkopf, R. Douglas Greer, Jessica Singer-Dudek and Lin Du

Pg. 67-85: Imitation Enhances Social Behavior of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Review. Tiffany Field

Pg. 86-93: Establishment of Naming in Children With Autism Through Multiple Response-Exemplar Training. Heidi Skorge Olaff, Hanne Nordvik Ona and Per Holth

Pg. 94-110: Relational Responding: Testing, Training, and Sequencing Effects Among Children With Autism and Typically Developing Children. Gráinne Kent, Edel Galvin, Yvonne Barnes-Holmes, Carol Murphy and Dermot Barnes-Holmes

Pg. 111-128: Matching and Imitative Responses in Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder. JeanneMarie Speckman, Jennifer M. Longano and Noor Syed

Pg. 129-146: The Effects of Precision Teaching With Textual or Tact Relations on Intraverbal Relations. Traci M. Cihon, Rachael White, Valerie L. Zimmerman, Jeffrey Gesick, Stephany Stordahl and John Eshleman

Pg. 147–158: Effects of Video Prompting Without Voice-Over Narration Among Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Kyle D. Bennett, Christina Crocco, Tara O. Loughrey and Logan S. McDowell

Pg. 159–172: A Comparison of Two Procedures to Condition Social Stimuli to Function as Reinforcers for Children With Autism. Paloma P. Rodriguez and Anibal Gutierrez

Pg. 173-182: Children’s Answering of Yes-No Questions: A Review of Research Including Particular Consideration of the Relational Evaluation Procedure. Jennifer Hayes, Ian Stewart and John McElwee

Pg. 183-196: Increasing Social Integration for College Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Kristen Ashbaugh, Robert L. Koegel and Lynn Kern Koegel

Pg. 197-208: Measuring Developmental Outcomes in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Michael Lamport Commons, Dristi Adhikari, Sagun Giri, Michael Weinberg, Jeffery John Baran and Eman Malik

Pg. 209-214: Prevalence of Obesity and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Harry Voulgarakis, Debra Bendell-Estroff and Tiffany Field

Pg. 215–229: Evaluation of Caregiver Training via Telecommunication for Rural Icelandic Children With Autism. Kristín Guðmundsdóttir, Zuilma Gabriela Sigurðardóttir and Shahla Ala’i-Rosales

Pg. 230–248: Establishing the Transformation of Motivating Operations Across Mands and Tacts for Preschoolers With Developmental Delays. Jessica Singer-Dudek, Hye-Suk Lee Park, Gabrielle T. Lee and Crystal Lo

Pg. 249–257: Beyond Sight Words: Reading Programs for People With Intellectual Disabilities. Teryn P. Bruni and Michael D. Hixson

Pg. 258–265: A Brief Report on the Verbal Behavior Curriculum (VBC) to Teach Children With Autism and Other Language Disorders. Gladys Williams and Richard E. Laitinen


Volume 21.2

Pg. 122-125: Editorial: Positive Adult Development Intersects Social and Behavioral Science. Michael Lamport Commons and Elke Fein

Pg. 126-127: Thanking Our Reviewers and Editorial Team.

General Section: Overviews & methodology

Pg. 128-135: Exploring the Differences Between Social and Behavioral Science. Dristi Adhikari

Pg. 136-153: Adult Development Meets Social Sciences—Reviewing the State of the Art. Elke Fein and Thomas Jordan

Pg. 1-13: Adult Development as a Lens: Applications of Adult Development Theories in Research. Sofia Kjellström and Kristian Stålne

Pg. 154-164: The Meta-Cross-Paradigmatic Order and Stage 16. Michael Lamport Commons and Olivia Alexandra Kjorlien

History, society, religion and art

Pg. 165-175: Successes in Cultural Evolution Raises the Variability in Humans’ Highest Stage Attained. Sofia Ferreira Leite

Pg. 1-19: Cognition, Cultural Practices, and the Working of Political Institutions: An Adult Developmental Perspective on Corruption in Russian History. Elke Fein

Pg. 176-183: Cross-Cultural Homogeneity in Social Perspective Taking: China and the United States. Sarthak Giri

Pg. 184-203: Developmental Analysis of Autogenetic Frameworks of Interpersonal Agency . Nancy Nordmann

Pg. 1-16: Religion and Human Development in Adulthood: Well-Being, Prosocial Behavior, and Religious and Spiritual Development . James Meredith Day

Pg. 1-8: Religion and Adult Development: Are There Postformal Stages in Religious Cognition? Theoretical Considerations, Empirical Evidence, and Promotion of Development in Adulthood . James Meredith Day

Pg. 1-12: Developmental Disparities in Differing Levels of Conceptions of the Beautiful and Implications on Marriage as a Fundamental Organizational Unit . Albert Erdynast

Leadership and organizational development

Pg. 1-15: An Overview of Adult Cognitive Development Research and Its Application in the Field of Leadership Studies. Jonathan Reams

Pg. 204-222: Vladimir Putin as a Political Leader: Challenges to an Adult Developmentally-Informed Analysis of Politics and Political Culture. Anastasija Wagner and Elke Fein

Pg. 1-12: Vladimir Putin’s Political Leadership in Action: Two Developmentally Informed Case Studies on Domestic and Foreign Politics. Anastasija Wagner and Elke Fein

Pg. 1-16: Decentralized Autonomy and Company Culture Integration: Individual and Organizational Development Incentives and Potentials Contextualized. Tom Hagström and Tomas Backström


Pg. 223-239: Comparing Different Ways of Using the Model of Hierarchical Complexity to Evaluate Graduate Students. Patrice Marie Miller and Darlene Crone-Todd

Pg. 1-17: Six Languages in Education—Looking for Postformal Thinking. Rebecca Hamer and Erik Jan van Rossum

Pg. 1-11: Understanding and Promoting Self-Direction in Freshman and Master’s Students: A Qualitative Approach. Gloria Nogueiras and Alejandro Iborra

Pg. 240-246: Isolating Occupational Interests of Academics to Identify Metrics of Success. Saranya Ramakrishnan, Sarthank Giri, and Michelle Mei

Volume 21.1

Pg. 1-12: EDITORIAL: The fundamental issues with behavioral development. Michael Lamport Commons

Pg. 13: Thanking our reviewers and editorial team.

Pg. 14-32: Account of operant conditioning based on coordinating three procedural steps of respondent conditioning processes. Michael Lamport Commons and Sagun Giri

Pg. 33-43: Neural correlates of postformal stages of reasoning: biological determinants of developmental stage. Sofia Ribeirinho Leite, Cory David Barker, and Marc G. Lucas

Pg. 44-49: Reinforcement of correct answers raised stage of performance in traditional nonliterate nepalese adults. Dristi Adhikari

Pg. 50-62: An analysis of the Verbal Comprehension Index of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale—Fourth Edition (WAIS–IV) using the Model of Hierarchical Complexity (MHC): Why might stage be a better measure of “smarts” than Verbal IQ? Kyle Gramer Featherston, Shuling Julie Chen, Maria Toth-Gauthier, James M. Day, Philippe Herman, Raquel Laverdeur, Laurence Nicolaï, Anne-Catherine Nicolay, Alice Sini, Caroline Tilkin, Mireille Tyberghein, and Christian Vanheck

Pg. 63-73: Toward an analysis of concepts and solutions to training concepts. Chase Jonathan Owens

Pg. 74-87: Criteria for multidomain research. Albert Erdynast, Wendy Chen, and Amanda Ikin

Pg. 88-103: Criterion validation of autogenetic frameworks of interpersonal agency. Nancy Nordmann

Pg. 104-109: The Existential Crisis. Mary Andrews

Pg. 110-121: Potential benefits of video training on fidelity of staff protocol implementation. Lin Du, Robin Nuzzolo, Benigno Alonso-Álvarez


Volume 20.2

Pg. 131: Introduction to the special sections on Standard Celeration Charting and speech-language pathology. Michael Lamport Commons and Mareile Koenig

Pg. 132: Thanking our reviewers.

Pg. 133-136: The Global War on Terror. Abigail B. Calkin

Pg. 137-149: Analyzing single subject data for showing intervention effectiveness. Michael Lamport Commons, Patrice Marie Miller, and Leonard Sidney Miller

Pg. 150-157: Discovery through the lens of the standard celeration chart: Informing and facilitating inductive intervention strategies. Staheli Meyer, Tiffany Aninao, Kendra Newsome, and Donny Newsome

Pg. 158-162: The power of the mand: Utilizing the mand repertoire to decrease problem behavior. Sheila M. Cornelius Habarad

Pg. 163-167: Assessing functional relations: The utility of the standard celeration chart. Kaycee Bennett, Kendra Brooks Newsome, and Donny Newsome

Pg. 168-172: Putting the precision in precision teaching: Using the standard celeration chart for ongoing assessment. Tiffany Aninao, David Acevedo, Kendra Newsome, and Donny Newsome

Pg. 173-176: I can do this math, yo! Samantha Spillman and Kerri Milyko

Pg. 177-185: School, meds, and moms: Using the Standard Celeration Chart for a contextual analysis of behavior. Tiffany Aninao, Timothy Fuller, Kendra Newsome, and Donny Newsome

Pg. 186-206: The effects of an auditory match-to-sample procedure on listener literacy and echoic responses.. Jinhyeok Choi, R. Douglas Greer, and Dolleen-Day Keohane

Pg. 207-226: Using a computer-based precision teaching program to facilitate learning of complex material: The case of the model of hierarchical complexity. Michael Lamport Commons, Chase Jonathan Owens, and Sean Michael Will

Pg. 227-252: Establishment of conditioned reinforcement for visual observing and the emergence of generalized visual-identity matching. R. Douglas Greer and Helena Song-A Han

Pg. 253-264: Case study: An iPad-based intervention on turn-taking behaviors in preschoolers with autism. Sojung Kim and Elizabeth Clarke

Pg. 265-275: Using fixed interval-based prompting to increase a student’s initiation of the picture exchange communication system. Mary E. McDonald, Dana Battaglia, and Melisa Keane

Volume 20.1

Pg. 1: The Interaction Between Stage and Value. Michael Lamport Commons

Pg. 6: Stages of Investing Generated Using the Model of Hierarchical Complexity. Michael Lamport Commons and Christine Spencer Thexton

Pg. 24: Replacing Maslow’s Needs Hierarchy With an Account Based on Stage and Value. William Joseph Harrigan and Michael Lamport Commons

Pg. 32: Directions Toward a Meta-Process Model of Decision Making: Cognitive and Behavioral Models of Change. Joseph P. McFall

Pg. 45: Rational, Normative, Descriptive, Prescriptive, or Choice Behavior? The Search for Integrative Metatheory of Decision Making. Joseph P. McFall

Pg. 60: Cognitive Complexity, Religious Cognition, Cognitive Development, and Religious Judgment: An Empirical Study of Relationships Amongst “Normal” and “Gifted” Young People. Maria Toth-Gauthier and James M. Day

Pg. 70: Reinforced Correct Answers to Next Stage Problems Produced the Highest Stage Performance in Traditional Nonliterates Found in the World. Reema Eda Upadhyaya, Sagun Giri, and Michael Lamport Commons

Pg. 76: Stage of Pricing Strategy Predicts Earnings: A Study of Informal Economics. Patrice Marie Miller, Michael Lamport Commons, Eva Yujia Li, Hudson Fernandes Golino, Lucas A. H. Commons-Miller, and Charu Tara Tuladhar

Pg. 93: Stage of Development and Million Dollar per Year Earning From Sales. Eric Andrew Goodheart, Michael Lamport Commons, and Shuling Julie Chen

Pg. 106: Order of Hierarchical Complexity (“Stage”) of Items Used to Measure Forensic Experts’ Perceptions of Expert Bias Predicts the Amount of Bias. Michael Lamport Commons

Pg. 114: The Sufficiency of Reinforcing Problem Solutions for Transition to the Formal Stage. Michael Lamport Commons and Martin N. Davidson


Volume 19.4 (download entire volume)

Pg. 1: A Model of Stage Change Explains the Average Rate of Stages of Development and its Relationship to the Predicted Average Stage ("Smarts"). Michael Lamport Commons, Leonard Sidney Miller, and Sagun Giri

Pg. 12: The stage of development of a species predicts the number of neurons. William Joseph Harrigan and Michael Lamport Commons

Pg. 22: The validity of the cattel-horn-carroll model on the intraindividual approach. Cristiano Mauro Assis Gomes, Jhonys de Araújo, Michele Gomes Ferreira, and Hudson F. Golino

Pg. 31: The small effects of non-hierarchical complexity variables on performance. Michael Lamport Commons, Sagun Giri, and William Joseph Harrigan

Pg. 37: Advances in the model of hierarchical complexity (MHC). Michael Commons and Shuling Julie Chen

Pg. 51: There is only one stage domain. Sagun Giri, Michael Commons, and William Joseph Harrigan

Pg. 62: Relations between adult developmental conceptions of the beautiful and moral development. Albert Erdynast and Wendy Chen

Pg. 76: Deconstruction toward reconstruction: a constructive-developmental consideration of deconstructive necessities in transitions. Samuel Albertson

Pg. 83: Leadership and adult development: towards a unified neuro-psycho-economic approach. Marc G. Lucas and Svenja Caspers

Pg. 91: Pursuit and eudaimonic well-being among university students: Metacognition as the mediator. Yalda Amir Kiaei and Thomas G. Reio

Pg. 105: Culture-related factors affect sunk cost bias. Carol Y. Yoder, Ruben Mancha, and Nupur Agrawal

Pg. 119: Differences in belief-consistent and belief-inconsistent learning in traditional college students. Carol Y. Yoder, Ruben Mancha, and Patrick Smith

Pg. 128: The desires that were denied: (Re-) construction of sexual identity in middle adulthood. Thomas B. Swan and Suzie Benack

Pg. 135: An analysis of life interviews selected for ratings of life satisfaction correlated with ratings of dominance. Nancy Nordmann


Volume 19.3 (download entire volume)

Pg. 1: Introducing a new stage for the model of hierarchical complexity: A new stage for reflex conditioning. Michael Lamport Commons and Thomas Ruofei Jiang

Pg. 9: The model of hierarchical complexity as a measurement system. Michael Lamport Commons, Robin Gane-McCalla, Cory David Barker, and Eva Yujia Li

Pg. 15: What are the relationships between four notions of stage change. Michael Lamport Commons

Pg. 22: Commentary on a new model for strategy development combining categorical data analysis with growth modeling. Michael Lamport Commons

Pg. 24: Correspondence between some life-span stage theory developmental sequences of stages and levels. Charu Tara Tuladhar and Michael Lamport Commons

Pg. 28: Fractal model of nonlinear hierarchical complexity: Measuring transition dynamics as fractals of themselves. Sara Nora Ross

Pg. 33: Toward defining order 16 and describing its performance for the model of hierarchical complexity. Sara Nora Ross, Michael Lamport Commons, Eva Yujia Li, Kristian Stålne, and Cory David Barker

Pg. 37: The construction and validation of a developmental test for stage identification: Two exploratory studies. Hudson F. Golino, Cristiano Mauro Assis Gomes, Michael Lamport Commons, and Patrice Marie Miller

Pg. 55: The defining issues test of moral judgment development. Stephen J. Thoma and Yangxue Dong

Pg. 62: Hierarchical complexity in physics. Kristian Stålne, Micheal Lamport Commons, and Eva Yujia Li

Pg. 67: Review and shortcomings of literature on corruption in organizations in offering a multi-faceted and integrative understanding of the phenomenon. Elke Fein and Jürgen Weibler

Pg. 78: Cognitive basis for corruption and attitudes towards corruption viewed from a structuralist adult developmental perspective. Elke Fein and Jürgen Weibler

Pg. 95: Measuring care-based moral development: the ethic of care interview. Eva E. A. Skoe

Pg. 106: Relationship among measures within the social and moral development domain. Eva Yujia Li, Michael Lamport Commons, Jonas Gensaku Miller, Terri Lee Bobbinet, Helena Marchand, Carrie Melissa Ost, and Sara Nora Ross

Pg. 114: A pattern recognition method for disclosing different levels of value system from questionnaire data. Per Sjölander, Nina Lindström, Ann Jessica Ericsson, and Sofia Kjellström


Volume 19.2 (download entire volume)

Pg. 1: Developmental behavior analytic therapy: Easier done than said. Michael Lamport Commons and Charu Tara Tuladhar

Pg. 11: Developmental behavior analytic therapy: Procedures and case studies. Michael Lamport Commons and Charu Tara Tuladhar

Pg. 22: An evaluation of multiple exemplar instruction to teach perspective-taking skills to adolescents with Asperger Syndrome. Sadie Lovett and Ruth Anne Rehfeldt

Pg. 37: Facilitating repertoires of coordination, opposition distinction, and comparison in young children with autism. Sarah Dunne, Mairéad Foody, Yvonne Barnes-Holmes, Dermot Barnes-Holmes, and Carol Murphy

Pg. 48: Using the implicit relational assessment procedure (IRAP) to assess implicit gender bias and self esteem in typically-developing children and children with ADHD and with dyslexia. Geraldine Scanlon, Ciara McEnteggart, Yvonne Barnes-Holmes, and Dermot Barnes-Holmes

Pg. 60: Using the T-IRAP interactive computer program and applied behavior analysis to teach relational responding in children with autism. Helen Kilroe, Carol Murphy, Dermot Barnes-Holmes, and Yvonne Barnes-Holmes

Pg. 81: Developmental stage of performance in reasoning about school bullying. Christopher Joseph Joaquim

Pg. 100: Stars that crash. Michael Lamport Commons, Lucas Alexander Haley Commons-Miller, Rnad Jihad Salaita, and Charu Tara Tuladhar

Pg. 111: Furthering a behavior analytic account of self-control using relational frame theory. Autumn N. McKeel and Mark R. Dixon


Volume 19.1 (download entire volume)

Pg. 1: Progressive time delay to remediate letter discrimination difficulty. Joshua M. Hook, Michael D. Hixson, Dawn Decker, and Katrina N. Rhymer

Pg. 7: The effects of functional writing contingencies on second graders' writing and responding accurately to mathematical algorithms. Joan A. Broto and R. Douglas Greer

Pg. 19: Implementing intensive tact instruction to increase frequency of spontaneous mands and tacts in typically developing children. Annela Costa and Martha Pelaez

Pg. 25: Mothers' and fathers' knowledge of behavioral principles as applied to children: data from a normative sample. Jennifer D. Tiano and Cheryl B. McNeil

Pg. 30: Using private blog sites to collect interobserver agreement and treatment integrity data. Leah Gongola, Lyle E. Barton, Robert J. Gongola, Rocio Rosales, and Andrea Speece

Pg. 35: The effects of intensive tact instruction with young children having speech delays on pure tacts and mands in non-instructional settings: a partial replication. Jeremy H. Greenberg, Wendy Tsang, and Tracy Yip

Pg. 40: Using a tactile prompt to increase instructor delivery of behavior-specific praise and token reinforcement and their collateral effects on stereotypic behavior in students with autism spectrum disorders. Mary E. McDonald, Sharon A. Reeve, and Erin J. Sparacio



Volume 11 (download entire volume)

Pg. 1: The Learning-by-Doing Principle. Hayne W. Reese

Pg. 20: Gene-Environment Interactions and the Functional Analysis of Challenging Behavior in Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Peter McGill and Paul Langthorne

Pg. 27: The Bigger Picture: Development, Genes, Evolution, and Behavior Analysis- . Susan M. Schneider

Pg. 32: How a Future Species of Superion Hominids Might Negotiate to Promote the Survival of Homo Sapiens: An Application of the Model of Hierarchical Complexity. Lucas Alexander Haley Commons-Miller

Pg. 38: Brief Report on Experiential Avoidance and Valuing in At-risk Adolescents. Amy R. Murrell and Vaishnavi Kapadia



Special Section on Early and Intensive Behavioral Intervention in Children

Volume 10 (download entire volume)

Pg. 1: The Benefits of Attachment Parenting for Infants and Children: A Behavioral Developmental View. Patrice Marie Miller, Ed.D. & Michael Lamport Commons

Pg. 15: Evaluating “Jealousy” in Infants: A Behavior-Analytic Approach. Maria G. Valdovinos, Adam M. Gallenberg, Samantha Cermak, & Dustin Baker

Pg. 18: Effects of a Treatment Package on the On Task Behavior of a Kindergartener with Autism Across Settings. Jeremy H. Greenberg, Ming Tang, & Samantha P.Y. Tsoi

Pg. 25: Positive Behavior Support: Analysis of Consistency Between Office Discipline Referrals and Teacher Recordings of Disruptive Classroom Behaviors. Ronald C. Martella, Nancy E. Marchand-Martella, Brien Woods, Staci Thompson, Carlee N. Crockett, Emma Kubrock, Gregory J. Benner, & Nicole C. Ralston

Pg. 34: Early Childhood Autism Services: How Wide is the Research to Practice Divide? Laura Lee McIntyre & Erin E. Barton



Volume 15 (download entire volume)

Pg. 1: Introduction to a Special Issue on the Assessment of Children with Reactive Attachment Disorder and the Treatment of Children with Attachment Difficulties or a History of Maltreatment and/or Foster Care. Jeannie A. Golden

Pg. 4: Pg. 4: Screening Measures for Children and Adolescents with Reactive Attachment Disorder. Elizabeth E. Thrall, Cathy W. Hall, Jeannie A. Golden, and Beverly L. Sheaffer

Pg. 11: Nonverbal Processing and Social Competency in Children with Reactive Attachment Disorder. Beverly L. Sheaffer, Jeannie A. Golden, Katharine T. Bridgers, and Cathy W. Hall

Pg. 18: Reactive Attachment Disorder and Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Dimensions of Moral Development. Kristin Termini, Jeannie A. Golden, Amy E. Lyndon, and Beverly L. Sheaffer

Pg. 29: The Effect of Short-Term Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy on Adolescents with Attachment Difficulties. Jason C. Cone, Jeannie A. Golden, and Cathy W. Hall

Pg. 36: The Effectiveness of a Behavioral Treatment to Increase In-Home Compliance of an Adopted Adolescent Boy with Multiple Psychiatric Diagnoses. Shannon P. Moore and Jeannie A. Golden

Pg. 42: The Effect of a Residential-Based Behavioral Treatment for an Adolescent Boy with a History of Maltreatment and Challenging Behaviors. Jennifer Sheridan and Andrea Deering



Special Issue on Searching for Evidence on Controversial Behavioral Interventions for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Volume 14 (download entire volume)

Page 1: Editorial. Smita Mehta

Page 3: The Development of Interests in Chilren with Autism: A Method to Establish Baselines for Analyses and Evaluation. Shahta Aia'i.Rosales and Nicole M. Zeug

Page 17: Intervention for Self-Injury in a Child with Autism: Effects of Choice and Continuous Access to Preferred Stimuli. Amy L. Humenik Julie Curran,lames K. Luiselli, and Stephanie N. Child

Page 23:. Evaluation of Body-Pressure Intervention for Self Injury in Autism. Shannon S. Doughty and Adam H. Doughty

Page 30: An Evaluation of the Role of Reinforcement Based Interventions in Determining the Effectiveness of 'Eclectic' Approaches for Teaching Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Lisa A. Osborne and Phil Reed

Page 40: Social, Language, and Play Behaviors of Children with Autism. Ling-Ling Tsao



Special Issue on Applications of the Model of Hierarchical Complexity

Volume 13 (download entire volume)

Pg. 1: Introduction to the Model of Hierarchical Complexity. Michael Lamport Commons

Pg. 7: Adult Behavioral Development Stages of Attachment. Patrice Marie Miller and Suzanne Lee

Pg. 14: How Early Negative Caregiving Experiences Relate to Stage Attachment. Michael Lamport Commons and Patrice Marie Miller

Page 18: Stages of Infant Development, as Illustrated by Responses to the Peek-a-boo Game in Infants. Patrice Marie Miller and Michael Lamport Commons

Page 24: How are the Processes by Which People Become Attached Influenced by Stage of Development? Patrice Marie Miller and Michael Lamport Commons

Page 30: Changing Stage for Students, Teachers, and Schools. Michael Lamport Commons

Page 35: Bringing About Changes in Workplace Behavior. Michael Lamport Commons

Page 43: Assessment of Thinking in Adult Learners. Darlene Eleanor Crone-Todd

Page 47: Subscriptions to printed issues of the Behavioral Development Bulletin. The Editors



Volume 1 (download entire volume)

Pg. 1: Human Embryos, Development of Human-Specific Behavior, and Personhood. James T. Bradley

Pg. 8: A Conceptual Analysis of Selectionism Parts I and II- . Hayne W. Reese

Pg. 17: Acquisition of New-Stage Behavior. Michael L. Commons

Pg. 23: In Search of Contingency Learning Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed. Richard R. Saunders and Muriel D. Saunders

Pg. 31: The Evolution of Verbal Behavior in Children. R. Douglas Greer and Dolleen-Day Keohane

Pg. 55: Types of Relationships Between Events Their Implication in the Stimulus-Response Relationship. Comunidad Los Horcones

Pg. 69: Types of Relationships Between Events Their Implication in the Stimulus-Response Relationship. Comunidad Los Horcones

Pg. 71: Infant Responding Under Conjugate vs. Continuous Reinforcement. Michael Voltaire, Jacob L Gewirtz, and Martha Pelaez



Volume 1 (download entire volume)

Pg. 1: Concepts in Behavioral Development. Henry Schlinger

Pg. 9: Causes of Behavior Development and Contextual Variables. Martha Pelaez

Pg. 17: A Commentary on Development SD's and EO's. Richard W. Malott

Pg. 19: Understanding Behavioral Escalation from Theory to Practice. Smita Shukla-Mehta and Richard W. Albin

Pg. 27: Relational Learning in Preverbal Infants. Anne C. Watson and Philip N. Chase

Pg. 34: Naming, Story-Telling, and Problem-Solving. Yvonne Barnes-Holmes and Dermot Barnes-Holmes

Pg. 39: Some Reflections on Postformal Stage. Helena Marchand

Pg. 47: The Development of Sexual Arousal Patterns in Humans. Bryan Roche

Pg. 52: Age-Irrelevant Contributions to Developmental Science In remembrance of Donald M. Baer. Edward K. Morris



Volume 1 (download entire volume)

Pg. 1: Moral and Legal Control. Richard W. Malcott

Pg. 8: Morality as a System of Rule-Governed Behavior and Empathy. Martha Pelaez

Pg. 15: The Intellectual Dismissal of John B. Watson. Peter Harzem

Pg. 17: Watson's Social Philosophy and Activism. Hayne W. Reese

Pg. 23: J. B. Watson's Approach to Learning Why Pavlov, Why not Thorndike. Jacob L. Gewirtz

Pg. 26: John B. Watson's Advice on Childbearing Some Historical Context. Kathryn M Bigelow and Edward K. Morris

Pg. 31: Temperament, Early Experiences, and Behavior of Mothers vs. Strangers as Influences on Infant Crying. Patrice M. Miller

Pg. 36: The Oppositional Defiant and Conduct Disorder Child. Patricia Del Valle, Shannon L. Kelley and Jacqueline E. Seoanes

Pg. 42: The Development of Self and Perspective-Taking A Relational Frame Analysis. Yvonne Barnes-Holmes, Dermot Barnes Holmes and Bryan Roche



Volume 9 (download entire volume)

Pg. 3: Reinforcement Theory and Behavior Analysis. Mark A. Adams

Pg. 7: A Behavioral Interpretation of Vygotsky's Theory of Thought, Language, and Culture. Eric O. Burkholder and Martha Pelaez

Pg. 10: Thinking as the Behaviorist Views It. Hayne W. Reese

Pg. 14: Ethology and Attachment A Historical Perspective. Eckhard H. Hess and Slobodan B. Petrovich

Pg. 20: Exploring Stimulus Equivalence Formation in Infants. Martha Pelaez, Jacob L. Gewirtz, Aida Sanchez and Nadia M. Mahabir

Pg. 30: On Steady States of Transitional Behavior The Case of Social Interference Patterns in Children. Carlos Santoyo



Volume 8 (download entire volume)

Pg. 3: Explanation Is Not Description. Hayne W. Reese

Pg. 8: Casual Analysis in Modern Developmental Psychobiology Important Lessons for Behavior Analysis. Patricia M. Meinhold

Pg. 12: Learning and Growth Developmental Changes in Behavior. Anne C. Watson

Pg. 17: Skills Learning in Behavioral Epigenesis. Gary Novak

Pg. 21: Four Dimensions of Rules and Their Correspondence to Rule-Goverened Behavior A Taxonomy. Martha Pelaez and Rafael Moreno



Volume 7 (download entire volume)

Pg. 10: Reinforcer Identification in Infants. Thomas S. Higbee, Martha Pelaez-Nogueras

Pg. 15: Does Reinforcer Destroy Intrinsic Motiviation. Hiselgis Perez

Pg. 20: Perspectives on the Development of Behavior Charateristics of Autism. Meeta A. Patel

Pg. 25: A Discussion of Contextual Variables and Related Terminology in Behavior Analysis. Amanda Nicolson

Pg. 30: Skinner's Behaviorism and the Nature-Nurture Dichotomy- . Bryan D. Midgley and Edward K. Morris



Volume 7 (download entire volume)

Pg. 6: A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Patterns of Response Sequences. Smita Shukla Ph.D.


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