Preface: A Personal Introduction

Hawkins, Andrew
October 1992
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Oct1992, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
This article reflects on the author's experience in learning about interbehavioral analysis. He was introduced to the subject through a seminar conducted by Roger Ray at an Association of Behavior Analysis conference. Ray's main message was that behavior couldn't be understood as a linear phenomenon. Behavior was more easily understood as a systematic phenomenon.


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