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Federal welfare reform legislation permits considerable variation in welfare-related provisions from state to state. These may be characterized in terms of duration and distribution of basic support, contingencies that are designed to facilitate the transition from welfare to work, and...
The three-contingency model of performance management suggests contingencies that could provide an effective basis for welfare reform. This model also suggests an analysis of the performance management contingencies of traditional efforts at welfare reform; and, in turn, that analysis suggests...
The United States is currently engaged in a wide-scale social experiment: the dismantling of entitlement programs in the name of welfare reform. While behavior and cultural analysts have been only minimally involved in these efforts, there are many contributions that they might make that could...
These comments on Mark Mattaini’s article in this issue are from the perspective of the three-contingency model of performance management.
Massive increases in the availability and explicitness of pornography in the United States are correlated with increasing rates of sexually maladaptive behaviors. Correlation-causation issues are acknowledged and barriers to resolving this molar question are noted. However, agreement among...
In this essay, I explore what economic science in partnership with behaviorological science might offer in constructing a more complete science of human behavior. My focus is on institutional economists, a community of heterodox economists who have an evolutionary understanding of culture and...
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