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My general interest is in the theory and philosophy of behavior science. I am particularly interested in the affinities between radical behaviorism, interbehaviorism, ecological realism, and pragmatism. This interest has resulted in conceptual articles on thinking and feeling, affordances for reinforcement learning, and a pragmatic sign theory of truth for the behavioral sciences.
My empirical research involves the use of single-case experimental designs and randomization tests to make causal inferences about behavior change. As of now, I am testing a model of reinforcement that can predict learning outcomes in education and behavior therapy.
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