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Books and articles recommended by a professor who specializes in research about the acquisition of language skills by children.
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A definition of behaviorism as well as some elaboration of the arguments for and against behaviorism.
A definition of cognitive science as well as a description and a brief history.
Discusses game theory, it's history, and some basic elements.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy is a peer reviewed, multidisciplinary journal devoted to the application of behavioural and cognitive sciences to clinical psychology and psychotherapy. It covers clinical and health psychology, psychopathology, behavioural medicine, as well as assessment, treatment, and theoretical issues pertinent to behavioural, cognitive, and combined cognitive behavioural therapies.
Addiction Biology publishes original research reports, short communications and review articles in the various biomedical aspects of alcohol, substance and tobacco misuse. Papers are accepted in the metabolic, nutritional, immunological, molecular, genetic, biochemical, toxicological, pathological and pharmacological fields of both clinical and experimental research.
The Academy of Behavioral Profiling is a professional association dedicated to the application of evidence based criminal profiling techniques within investigative and legal venues.
Behavior analysis is properly part of evolutionary biology, because only evolutionary theory can explain the origins of behavior and because behavior analysis follows the same mode of explanation as evolutionary theory. The resemblance among operant shaping, cultural evolution, and genetic evolution appears clearly only in the light of a general concept of evolutionary process.