I registered so I could leave a comment. The word "behaviorology" is an unusual description for behaviorism. The science of behavior is not "behavioralism" (which I believe is politcal science) or this "behaviorology" word. It is behavior and behaviorism. There is no behaviorology in Skinner's description: About Behaviorism. The adjective is "behavioral." I very much appreciate Mr. Ledoux bringing attention to the field, but using the wrong name could mix readers up.
posted by Martin Ivancic
December 13, 2011
About once a month at Sigma Xi headquarters, we liven up the lunch hour with an American Scientist Pizza Lunch talk. In these informal lectures, scientists describe new research to nonscientists. The series is light on jargon but heavy on solid science. Each Pizza Lunch offers an in-depth look at its subject, whether it's bedbugs or the smart grid. Click below to read about and download these talks -- and to subscribe!
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