Verbal Behavior

Human language, in all its complexity, may seem vastly different from the key pecks of pigeons, the lever presses of rats, or other simple responses that are commonly measured in laboratory research on learning and behavior. In 1957, however, B. F. Skinner published Verbal Behavior, an exposition ...

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