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    Producing and recognizing analogical relations 

    Lipkens, Regina; Hayes, Steven C. (2009)
    Analogical reasoning is an important component of intelligent behavior, and it key test of any approach to human language and cognition. Only a limited amount of empirical work has been conducted from a behavior analytic ...
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    Relational coherence in ambiguous and unambiguous relational networks 

    Quinones, Jennifer L.; Hayes, Steven C. (2014)
    Clinical theories often appeal to general cognitive styles in explaining psychopathology, but without describing in detail how the patterns are formed. In the present investigation, two experiments were conducted to examine ...
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    Resurgence of derived stimulus relations 

    Wilson, KG; Hayes, Steven C. (1996)
    Resurgence has been shown in human and nonhuman operant behavior, but not in derived relational responses. The present study examined this issue. Twenty-three undergraduates were trained to make conditional discriminations ...
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    Why it is crucial to understand thinking and feeling: An analysis and application to drug abuse 

    Wilson, KG; Hayes, Steven C. (2000)
    Behavior analysis has long accepted the legitimacy of the analysis of private events in a natural science of behavior. However the topic has languished as a focus of empirical research in either applied or basic arenas. ...