Quantitative analysis of behavior is the application of mathematical models conceptualized from a robust corpus of environment behavior consequence interactions in the experimental analysis of behavior to describe and predict relations between a dependent variable and all possible levels of an independent variable. The methods for studying timing the basic data generated by those methods and the core set of issues that the results and theories raise about the underlying mechanism of behavior. The second poster session is today from 7 to 9 pm tell your friends and colleagues that entrance is free for anyone attending abai. The society for the quantitative analyses of behavior was founded in 1978 by michael lamport commons and john anthony nevin the first president was richard j herrnstein
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