Does terminology from biology work in the realm of operant behaviour?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (3):533-534 (2001)
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The authors note that theoretical revision is likely to be required to refine and clarify a general theory of selection so that it is capable of accounting for selection processes across different subject matters. Some aspects of conceptual language from the biological realm work across all three domains. However, terminological revision may be required where concepts of “replication” and “information” pose particular problems for the general theory as that is applied to operant research.
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