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Seventh International Conference; Merida, Mexico; 2013

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Paper Session #38
Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis
Monday, October 7, 2013
6:30 PM–6:50 PM
Salon Merida (Fiesta Americana)
Area: PRA
Chair: Alicia Roca (National University of Mexico)
Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis
Domain: Experimental Analysis
ALICIA ROCA (National University of Mexico)
Abstract: The Mexican Journal of Behavior analysis (MJBA) is published three times per year (June, September and December) by the Mexican Society for Behavior Analysis. The MJBA publishes original basic or applied research reports relevant to the behavior of nonhuman animals and humans. Review or theoretical articles are also considered for publication. The MJBA is a bilingual journal, publishing papers in either Spanish or English. This year marks the centennial of the publication of John B. Watsons Psychology from the Standpoint of a Behaviorist. In recognition of that turning point in the history of psychology, the 2013 special issue of the Mexican Journal of Behavior Analysis (September, 2013) will be dedicated to a reevaluation of the contents of that article and its impact during the past 100 years. Invited Editors for the 2013 special issue: Kennon A. Lattal and Alexandra Rutherford.



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