Cognition, Creativity, and Behavior: Selected Essays

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Wagner, A. R., 130
Wagner, Richard, 204
Walden Two, 182, 202, 204, 207
Waldrop, M. M., 239
Walker, H. M., 250
Waller, M. B., 161
Wailnau, L. B., 292
Walsh, D., 245
Walters, G. C., 251
The Washington Post, iv
Watson, James D., 67
Watson, John B., 169, 170, 172-176, 180, 181, 183, 186, 187, 190, 194, 195, 223, 224
Watson, R. I., 174
Webster's Third New International Dictionary, 167
Weintraub, Joseph, 273-275
Weisberg, R., 77, 83
Weiss, B., 175, 181, 249
Weizenbaum, Joseph, 120, 268, 269
Weltanschauung, 191, 196
Wertheimer, M., 15, 37, 38, 210, 215
Wessells, M. G., 44, 137, 175
Wheeler, J. A., 50
White House, 178
Wicklund, R. A., 280, 286
Willard, M. J., 201
Wilson, G. T., 137
Wilson, A. C., 282
Wilson, E. O., 182
Wine, chilling, 51
Winograd, T., 114
Wired magazine, 277
Wittgenstein, Ludwig, 230
Wittreich, W., 285, 294
Wohlman, S., 297
Wolff, W., 46, 285, 294
Wolff, Christian, 179
Wolman, B., 167
Woodruff, G., 234
Woodworth, R. S., 43
Working Mother magazine, iii
Worm Runner's Digest, iv, 307
Wundt, Wilhelm, 43, 179, 184, 187
Wyatt, W. J., 193
Yale University, 194
Yates, A., 100, 131, 137, 143, 251
Yeni-Komshian, G. H., 282
Yerkes, R. M., 97, 99, 284, 285
Yerkes, A. W., 97, 99, 284
Young, K. R., 250
Yung, Y., 110
Yunis, J. J., 282
Zadeh, L., 230, 232
Zeiler, M., 249
Zeitgeist, 180
Zentall, T. R., 49, 147, 152
Zimmerman, B. J., 147
Zoology, 179, 181
Zulu, 232
Zuriff, G. E., 190
Zwaardemaker, H., 146

About the Author

ROBERT EPSTEIN received his Ph.D. in psychology from Harvard University. At Harvard, he worked closely with B.F. Skinner for five years and edited two books of his writings, Notebooks and Skinner for the Classroom. Epstein is the founder and Director Emeritus of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies in Massachusetts. He has served as Professor of Psychology and Chair of the Department of Psychology at National University in San Diego and was recently appointed the university's first Research Professor. He is the author of over 70 scholarly and scientific articles. His research has been reported in Time magazine, the New York Times, and Discover magazine, and his popular writings have appeared in Parenting, Reader's Digest, The Washington Post, and elsewhere.

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