Cognition, Creativity, and Behavior: Selected Essays

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INDEX
Abély, P., 285
About Behaviorism, 208
Abstinence, 160
Aggression, operant, 249
AI Magazine, iv
Aiken Computation Laboratory, 267
Ainslie, G. W., 161, 162
Alba, J., 77, 83
Albert, R. S., iii
Alcock, J., 147
Allport, G., 280
Alvarez, W., I 10
American Journal of Psychology, 184
American Psychological Association, iii, iv, 175, 181, 184-187, 194, 207, 224
American Psychological Society, 186
American Scientist, 117
Amis, Kingsley, 204
Amsel, A., 128, 131, 133, 139, 251
Amsterdam, B. K., 45, 47, 72, 112, 281, 289, 292
The Analysis of Behavior, 207
The Analysis of Human Operant Behavior, 198
Anderson, J. N., 287
Anderson, J. R., 44, 114-116
Angell, James R., 170
Anglin, B., 162
Animal behavior, 13, 24, 169, 207, 241
Anson, J. E., 286
Anthropocentrism, 281
Anthropology, 171
Anthroponomy, 170, 171, 173, 174, 328; anthroponomist, 171
Antic Hay, 204
Antonitis, J. J., 131, 133, 139, 251
Anxiety, 263
APA Membership Register, 194
APA Monitor, 194
Approaches to Cognition, iii
Ardrey, R., 283
Arieti, S., 42, 210, 215
Aristotle, 179, 223, 240
Arizona State University, 190
Artificial intelligence, iv, xvi, 105, 114-119, 144, 178, 220, 267, 276, 277
Asaro, F., 110
Association for Behavior Analysis, iv, xiv, 172, 183, 193, 196, 198
Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, 172
Ator, N. A., 194
Au, R., 141
Aubrey Daniels and Associates, xvi
Austin, G. A., 20, 35, 50, 86, 103, 230
Autochaining, 217
Automatic chaining, 8, 21, 27, 30, 33, 34, 42, 46, 87, 90, 96, 97, 100, 103, 217, 219
Autoshaping, 125
Avoidance behaviors, 153, 160, 258
Azrin, Nathan H., 153, 154, 248, 251, 260, 310, 316, 153, 154, 248, 251, 310

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