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    Creating a Strategy for Progress: A Contextual Behavioral Science Approach 

    Vilardaga, Roger; Hayes, Steven C.; Levin, Michael E.; Muto, Takashi (2009)
    Behavior analysis is a field dedicated to the development and application of behavioral principles to the understanding and modification of the psychological actions of organisms. As such, behavior analysis was committed ...
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    Hume's psychology, contemporary learning theory, and the problem of knowledge amplification 

    Wilson, KG; O'Donohue, WT; Hayes, Steven C. (2001)
    The problem of explaining the growth of knowledge has a long history among philosophers. David Hume rejected a logic of knowledge amplification and offered a psychological, rather than a logical, solution. Hume's naturalistic ...
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    Taxonomy as a contexualist views it 

    Hayes, Steven C. (2004)
    The Henriques' article, “Psychology Defined” (this issue, pp. 1207-1221), reflects an underlying philosophy of science that emphasizes coherence as its truth criterion. The taxonomic efforts that result are of unknown value ...
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    The Origin and Evolution of the Behavior Analysis Program at the University of Nevada, Reno 

    Hayes, Linda J.; Houmanfar, Ramona A.; Ghezzi, Patrick M.; Williams, W. Larry; Locey, Matthew; Hayes, Steven C. (2016)
    The origins of the Behavior Analysis program at the University of Nevada, Reno by way of a self-capitalized model through its transition to a more typical graduate program is described. Details of the original proposal to ...