Has Behavior Analysis Developed Tunnel Vision?

Publisher: ABA Technologies, Inc.

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Has Behavior Analysis Developed Tunnel Vision?

Behavior analysis is a field that was developed by trying to understand how and why the world behaves as it does. Over time, through philosophical constructs and experimentation, the first great researchers of the discipline (Pavlov, Thorndike, Watson, and Skinner) began to hammer out the mentalistic impurities that had delayed our ability to predict and control behavior. They passed on the foundational mechanisms of behavior that make up the world around us.