The operant-respondent distinction revisited: Toward an

Rehfeldt, Ruth Anne; Hayes, Linda J.
March 1998
Psychological Record;Spring98, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p187
Academic Journal
Presents a study which examines the distinction between operant and respondent learning toward an understanding of stimulus equivalence. Development of radical behaviorism; Mediational role of respondents; Conceptualization of operant-respondent interactions.


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