The product of an international conference on behavior analytic theory of development psychology, this book presents the most recent thinking of some of the best known voices in behavior development. This volume is an important one for anybody who wants to keep up with behavioral views of development, which are constantly evolving as new research findings open up new perspectives.
About the Author
Sidney W. Bijou, PhD, is widely regarded a one of the fathers of applied behavior psychology. He was Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Nevada, Reno, until his retirement in 2000, the final position in a distinguished career that included a ten-year post-doctoral fellowship with B.F. Skinner at Harvard University.
Emilio Ribes, PhD, is professor at and director of the Center for Studies and Research on Behavior at the University of Guadalajara, Mexico.