Further choices for molar theory

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18 (1):145-145 (1995)

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The target article extends molar behaviorism in two positive ways: beyond average aggregates and beyond restricted laws of Although a molar framework based on purely overt events shows promise for advancing behavior theory, Rachlin's specific form of teleological behaviorism is in need of clarification
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