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Cohen, L. J. (1981). Can human irrationality be experimentally demonstrated? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 4(3), 317-331. doi:10.1017/S0140525X00009092
[Abstract]The object of this paper is to show why recent research in the psychology of deductive and probabilistic reasoning does not have "bleak implications for human rationality," as has sometimes been supposed. The presence of fallacies in reasoning is evaluated by referring to normative criteria which ultimately derive their own credentials from a systematisation of the intuitions that agree with them. These normative criteria cannot be taken, as some have suggested, to constitute a part of natural science, nor can they be established by metamathematical proof. Since a theory of competence has to predict the very same intuitions, it must ascribe rationality to ordinary people. Accordingly, psychological research on this topic falls into four categories. In the first, experimenters investigate conditions under which their subjects suffer from genuine cognitive illusions. The search for explanations of such performance errors may then generate hypotheses about the ways in which the relevant information-processing mechanisms operate. In the second category, experimenters investigate circumstances in which their subjects exhibit mathematical or scientific ignorance: these are tests of the subjects' intelligence or education. In the third and fourth categories, experimenters impute a fallacy where none exists, either because they are applying the relevant normative criteria in an inappropriate way or because the normative criteria being applied are not the appropriate ones.
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Corriveau, M. (1972). Phenomenology, psychology, and radical behaviorism: Skinner and Merleau-Ponty on behavior. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 3(1), 7–34. doi:10.1163/156916272X00029
[Abstract]Defines radical behaviorism and differentiates it from conventional behaviorism, emphasizing the different manner in which they understand or methodologically define human behavior. The radical behaviorism of B. F. Skinner is compared with the phenomenological and psychological thought of Maurice Merleau-Ponty. These comparisons include the presuppositions of Skinner's psychology, the subject-object dichotomy, the meaning of man's having a world and being in the world, and the nature of human behavior as seen in the light of the outcome of these analyses. It is concluded that there is a fundamental incompatibility between their presuppositions and that phenomenological psychology offers a broader and deeper viewpoint of human behavior.
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Crowther, L. M., Dugdale, N., & Lowe, C. F. (1991). How does naming promote stimulus equivalence? The effects of relational and non-relational instructions during name training. [Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the Experimental Analysis of Behaviour Group, University College, London].
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D. Hume (1740). An Abstract of a Treatise of Human Nature. Reprinted in type facsimile with an introduction by J. M. Keynes and P. Sraffa. Cambridge University Press, 1938
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Davidson, D. (1963). Actions, reasons and causes. Journal of Philosophy, LX, pp. 685-700. Reprinted in D. Davidson, Essays on Actions and Events (pp. 3-19). Clarendon Press.
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Davidson, D. (1967b). Causal relations. Journal of Philosophy, LXIV, 691-703. Reprinted in D. Davidson (1980), Essays on Actions and Events (pp.149-162). Clarendon Press.
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Day, W. F. (1969). Radical behaviorism in reconciliation with phenomenology. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 12(2), 315–328. doi:10.1901/jeab.1969.12-315
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Dugdale, N. (1987). A search for symmetry in the conditional discriminations of language-trained chimpanzees [Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Experimental Analysis of Behaviour Group, Manchester, April 1987].
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Dugdale, N. (1988). The role of naming in stimulus equivalence: Differences between humans and animals [Unpublished Ph.D. thesis]. University of Wales.
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Dugdale, N., & Lowe, C.F. (1990). Naming and stimulus equivalence. In D. E. Blackman, & H. Lejeune (Eds.), Behaviour analysis in theory and practice: Contributions and controversies (pp. 115-138). Erlbaum.
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Durkheim, E. (1912). Les formes elementaires de la vie religieuse. English translation (1915) as The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life by J. W. Swain. Allen & Unwin.
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Edelman, G. M. (1974). The problem of molecular recognition by a selective system. In F. J. Ayala, & T. Dobzhansky (Eds.) Studies in the Philosophy of Biology (pp. 45-56). Macmillan, .
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