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Ballesteros, B. P., & Rey, A. (2001).  Respuesta de J. R. Kantor y B. F. Skinner a las preguntas epistemologicas basicas. Revista Latinoamericana de Psicologia, 33, 177-197.

Clayton, M. C., Hayes, L. J., & Swain, M. A. (2005). The nature and value of scientific system building: The case of interbehaviorism. The Psychological Record, 55, 335-359.

DeBernardis, G. M., Hayes, L. J., & Fryling, M. J. (2014). Perspective taking as a continuum. The Psychological Record, 64, 123-131.

Delprato, D. J. (2003). J. R. Kantor’s interbehavioral psychology and humanism. The Psychological Record, 53, 3-14.

Delprato, D. J. (2009). [Review of the book Mind and its evolution: A dual coding theoretical approach.] The Psychological Record, 59,295-300. Note: The review is accompanied by a response from the book’s author, Allan Paivio.

Delprato, D. J., & Smith, N. W. (2009). Sketch of J. R. Kantor’s psychological interbehavioral field theory. The Psychological Record, 59, 671-678.

Fryling, M. J. (2011). The impact of applied behavior analysis on the science of behavior. Behavior and Social Issues, 19, 24-31.

Fryling, M. J. (2012). Relational responding as a psychological event. International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy, 12,85-96.

Fryling, M. J., & Hayes, L. J. (2009). Psychological events and constructs: An alliance with Smith. The Psychological Record, 59, 133-142.

Fryling, M. J., & Hayes, L. J. (2010). An interbehavioral analysis of memory. European Journal of Behavior Analysis, 11, 53-68.

Fryling, M. J., & Hayes, L. J. (2011). The concept of function in the analysis of behavior. Revista Mexicana de Análisis de la Conducta, 37, 11-20.

Fryling, M. J., & Hayes, L. J. (2014). An interbehavioral investigation of remembering interactions. The Psychological Record, 64, 1-11.

Fryling, M. J., & Hayes, L. J. (2014). Are thoughts private? Revista Mexicana de Análisis de la Conducta, 40, 1-10.

Fryling, M. J., Johnson, C., & Hayes, L. J. (2011). Understanding observational learning: An interbehavioral approach. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 27, 191-203.

Greenberg, G. (2008). Psychology from the standpoint of an interbehaviorist: A review of “Modern perspectives on J. R. Kantor and interbehaviorism.” The Psychological Record, 58, 665-676.

Hayes, L. J., & Fryling, M. J. (2009). Guest editorial: Interdisciplinary science in interbehavioral perspective. Behavior and Social Issues, 18,5-9.

Hayes, L. J., & Fryling, M. J. (2009). Overcoming the pseudo-problem of private events in the analysis of behavior. Behavior and Philosophy, 37, 39-57.

Hayes, L. J., & Fryling, M. J. (2009). Toward an interdisciplinary science of culture. The Psychological Record, 59, 679-700.

Hayes, L. J., & Fryling, M. J. (2014). Motivation in behavior analysis: A critique. The Psychological Record, 64, 339-347.

Hayes, L. J., & Thomas, J. L. (2004). On the practical value [of] system building for behavior science. The Behavior Analyst Today, 5(3), 284-289.

Klatt, K. P., & Morris, E. K. (2001). The Premack principle, response deprivation, and establishing operations. The Behavior Analyst, 24, 173-180.

Midgley, B. D., & Morris, E. K. (2002). Subjectivity and behaviorism: Skinner, Kantor, and Stephenson. Operant Subjectivity, 25, 127-138.

Midgley, B. D., & Morris, E. K. (Eds.). (2006). Modern perspectives on J. R. Kantor and interbehaviorism. Reno, NV: Context Press.

Mountjoy, P. T. (2001). Jacob Robert Kantor (1888-1984). Pioneer in the development of naturalistic foundations for behavior therapy. In W. T. O’Donohue, D. A. Henderson, S. C. Hayes, J. E. Fisher, & L. J. Hayes (Eds.), A history of the behavioral therapies: Founders’ personal histories (pp. 75-103). Reno, NV: Context Press.

Palmer, D. K. (2003). Specifying psychology’s observable units: Toward an integration of Kantor’s behavior segment, Skinner’s operant, and Lee’s deed. Behavior and Philosophy, 31, 81-110.

Ray, R. D. (2011/2012). CyberRat, interbehavioral systems analysis, and a “Turing test” trilogy. Behavior and Philosophy, 39/40, 203-301.

Ray, R. D. (2011/2012). Challenges in concluding a research program: Some reflections on reviewer comments regarding “CyberRat, IBSA, and a ‘Turing test’ trilogy.” Behavior and Philosophy, 39/40, 321-329.

Sa, L. M., Delgado, D. M., & Hayes, L. J. (2004). The functional nature of the behavior segment. Revista Mexicana de Analisis de la Conducta, 30, 181-187.

Sharpe, T., & Koperwas, J. (2003). Behavior and sequential analyses. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Smith, N. W. (2001). Centrisms, noncentrisms, and universal Q. Operant Subjectivity, 24, 52-67.

Smith, N. W. (2001). Current systems in psychology: History, theory, research, and applications. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.

Smith, N. W. (2005). Combining Q with interbehavioral concepts for clinical application. Operant Subjectivity, 28, 167-171.

Smith, N. W. (2007). Events and constructs. The Psychological Record, 57, 169-186.

Tourinho, E. Z. (2004). Behaviorism, interbehaviorism and the boundaries of a science of behavior. European Journal of Behavior Analysis, 5, 15-27.

Varela, J. (2008). Conceptos basicos del interconductismo. Guadalajara, Mexico: Universidad de Guadalajara.

Ward, T. A. (2009). Piracy in Somalia: Interbehavioral assessment and intervention. Behavior and Social Issues, 18, 136-154.

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