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On page 16 of Volume 11, No. 1, of Behavior and Social Issues, the penultimate sentence should begin, “Mammalian examples are the intertwining of the alimentary and respiratory systems” rather than “the alimentary and digestive systems.” BSI regrets the error, which was introduced during editing.
Some reflections made from a Walden Two about the dissemination of behavior analysis and behaviorism are presented. Although the progress of behavior analysis and its philosophy has been great, it has been seriously obstructed by the characteristics of a mentalistic Western culture. Our behavior...
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