Discriminative Properties of Reinforcement Schedules available in Hardcover
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Most of psychology is easy to avoid, since its is as close to science as Dr Suess. While Commons and Nevin can be a bit confusing now and then, the analysis is on the mark. Some people argue that they try to quanify things to much - maybe these people feel that they are hurting their Ego. While I could try to tell you that you should read the book and judge for yourself, I have to remember that you have no choice. You will or you wont read it, but not because of your 'free will' but because of your history of reinforcement.