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DATE

2014-06

AUTHORS

Linda J. Hayes, Mitch J. Fryling

ABSTRACT

In this article we consider the concept of motivation in behavior analysis from a unique, radical monistic perspective derived from interbehaviorism and interbehavioral psychology. In considering this concept, a number of logical and conceptual issues with the behavior-analytic treatment of motivation are discovered. We describe an alternative means by which the issues typically addressed under the concept of motivation might be approached and reconciled with our monistic, interbehavioral perspective. We argue that motivated and nonmotivated events differ only by the extent to which they involve particular setting factors, substitute stimulation, and implicit responding. More... »

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339-347

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