Most, if not all behavior analysts would identify their field as a natural science, taking a rightful place with the physical and biological sciences. I have addressed this issue and some of its implications in a previous paper (Marr, 2009) with the aim of identifying communalities as well as differences between behavior analysis and other unquestioned natural sciences. I primarily emphasized ontological, empirical and explanatory schemes in our behavioral science and, more particularly, behavior analysis as a branch of the biological sciences. I listed a number of other i
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