I have never heard of the term behaviorology before. As a Board Certified Behavior Analyst I am curious where the original term came from and why it is utilized in the manner it is in this article as though it is common terminology within the field of Applied Behavior Analysis, the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, and the philosophical field of behaviorism. All guidance on this issue is much appreciated in advance.
posted by David Cox
December 13, 2011
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