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Language and Self-Construal Priming: A Replication and Extension in a Hong Kong Sample
Previous research has argued that language serves as a cognitive cue to reinforce culturally normative self-construals. We hypothesize that language-priming effects would be stronger for women than men and that they would ...
Producing and recognizing analogical relations
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 ...
Characterizing relational operants
Relational frame theory views specific types of arbitrarily applicable relational responding as relational operants. Doing so requires no assumptions of new processes, but it does require thinking of operants in functional ...
Fleeing from the elephant: Language, cognition and post-skinnerian behavior analytic science
The present set of papers show that leaders in the field of organizational behavior management are grappling with issues of human language and cognition. That is a good and necessary step for the field, but the solutions ...
Cooperation Came First: Evolution and Human Cognition
Contextual behavioral perspectives on learning and behavior reside under the umbrella of evolution science. In this paper we briefly review current developments in evolution science that bear on learning and behavior, ...
Inept Reasoners or Pragmatic Virtuosos? Relevance and the Deontic Selection Task
Most individuals fail the selection task, selecting P and Q cases, when they have to test descriptive rules of the form "If P, then Q". But they solve it, selecting P and not-Q cases, when they have to test deontic rules ...