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Modern perspectives on J.R. Kantor and interbehaviorism

Author: Bryan D Midgley; Edward K Morris
Publisher: Reno, NV : Context Press, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"J. R. Kantor did not achieve the prominence of his contemporaries, however, he established the most naturalistic and conceptually systematic psychology since Aristotle. Today, his interbehavioral psychology is consistent with converging movements in the naturalization of the behavioral, developmental, social, and cognitive sciences. Kantor, his interbehavioral psychology, and these movements are the focus of this  Read more...
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Named Person: J R Kantor; J R Kantor; Jacob R Kantor
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bryan D Midgley; Edward K Morris
ISBN: 9781878978561 187897856X
OCLC Number: 64510611
Description: xiv, 330 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction, overview, origins, and history --
Interbehavioral foundations --
A biographical sketch of Jacob Robert Kantor / Paul T. Mountjoy, Donna M. Cone --
The evolution of scientific psychology / Debra W. Fredericks --
The nature and value of scientific system building: --
The case of interbehaviorism / Michael C. Clayton, Linda J. Hayes, Mark A. Swain --
The interbehavioral field / Noel W. Smith --
Interbehavioral research / Noel W. Smith --
Converging movements --
Converging movements in psychology / Dennis J. Delprato, Donald W. Zimmerman --
Commentary on Delprato / Robert W. Lundin --
Developmental systems and psychological science / Robert Lickliter --
Commentary on Lickliter.
Responsibility: edited by Bryan D. Midgley, Edward K. Morris.
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"J. R. Kantor did not achieve the prominence of his contemporaries, however, he established the most naturalistic and conceptually systematic psychology since Aristotle. Today, his interbehavioral psychology is consistent with converging movements in the naturalization of the behavioral, developmental, social, and cognitive sciences. Kantor, his interbehavioral psychology, and these movements are the focus of this text"--Provided by publisher.

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