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UPDATED: December 20, 2005


Some of the articles below are available for download in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format.  The articles that are not available for download as PDF documents can be made available as attachments to an email. Email me the full reference of the paper(s) that you would like to have and I will send them to you if I have them. 

  1. Hübner, M. M. C., Miguel, C. F., & Michael, J. (2005). Controle múltiplo no comportamento verbal: Humor Brasileiro e operantes relacionados. (Multiple control in verbal behavior: Brazilian humor and related operants.) Revista Brasileira de Análise do Comportamento/Brazilian Journal of Behavior Analysis, 1, 7-14.

  2. Michael, J. (2004). Basic principles of behavior. Chapter 1 in Concepts and Principles of Behavior Analysis (rev.ed.). 1-77.

  3. Michael, J. (2004). Box diagrams of behavioral procedures. Chapter 2 in Concepts and Principles of Behavior Analysis (rev. ed.). 79-92.

  4. Michael, J. L. (2004). Concepts and principles of behavior analysis (rev. ed.). Kalamazoo, MI: Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis.

  5. Michael, J. (in press). Motivating operations. In J. O. Cooper, T. E. Heron, & W. L. Heward, Applied behavior analysis (2nd ed.) Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall/Merrill.

  6. Michael, J., & Malott, R.  (2003).  Michael and Malott's dialog on linguistic productivity.  The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 19, 115-118.

  7. Laraway, S., Snycerski, S., Michael, J., & Poling, A.  (2003).  Motivating operations and terms to describe them: Some further refinements.  Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 36, 407-413.

  8. Miguel, Caio F., Carr, James E., & Michael, Jack (2002). The effects of a stimulus-stimulus pairing procedure on the vocal behavior of children with autism. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 18, 3-13.

  9. Sundberg, M. and Michael, J. (2001). The benefits of Skinner's analysis of verbal behavior for children with autism. Behavior Modification, 25, 698-724.

  10. Laraway, S., Snycerski, S., Michael, J., and Poling, A. (2001). The abative effect: A new term to describe the action of antecedents that reduce operant responding. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 18, 101-104.

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