knowledge

Conocimiento de sí mismo como interconducta

Hayes, L. J., & Fryling, M. J.. (2013). Conocimiento de sí mismo como interconducta. Conductual, 1(1), 38-50. presented at the 01/04/2013.

El conocimiento de sí mismo[1] aunque es un tópico subestimado en el análisis de la conducta, es importante. Desde nuestra perspectiva el conocimiento de sí mismo está relacionado a un aspecto crítico del análisis de la conducta, especialmente el del conductismo radical, esto es, el análisis de los nominados “eventos privados”.

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Self-Knowledge as Interbehavior

Hayes, L. J., & Fryling, M. J.. (2013). Self-Knowledge as Interbehavior. Conductual, 1(1), 26-37. presented at the 01/04/2013.

Self-knowledge is an important, yet understudied topic in behavior analysis. In our view, self-knowledge is related to a critical issue in behavior analysis, especially radical behaviorism, namely, the analysis of so-called “private events”. The authors have been considering the analysis of private events in behavior analysis for many years (e.g., Parrott, 1983c, 1986; Hayes & Fryling, 2009a), and have arrived at an unconventional position with respect to the admission of private events into the more general class of events considered by behavior analysts.

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