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UPDATED: December 20, 2005


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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. Edited book: The reprinted edition of Principles of Psychology by F. S. Keller and W. N. Schoenfeld.  The B. F. Skinner Foundation is reprinting out-of-print books by Skinner and other out-of-print books that are important in behavior analysis. The first two reprintings were The Behavior of Organisms and Verbal Behavior. For each reprinting one of the members of the foundation board takes responsibility for obtaining and editing two new forwards, and doing any other editing and managing with respect to interactions with the printers. I was responsible for the reprinting of the Keller and Schoenfeld text, the third book in our series.

  2. Michael, J. & Shafer, E. (1995). State notation for teaching about behavioral procedures. The Behavior Analyst, 18,  123-140.

  3. Iwata, B. A. & Michael, J. L. (1994). Applied implications of theory and research on the nature of reinforcement. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 27, 183-193.

  4. Sundby, S., Dickinson, A. M., & Michael, J. (1994) Evaluation of a computer simulation to assess subject preference for different types of incentive pay. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management.

  5. Michael, J. (1993). A brief overview of the history of Western Michigan University’s behavioral programs. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 26, 587-588.

  6. Michael, J. (1993). Concepts and principles of behavior analysis.  Kalamazoo:  Society for the advancement of behavior analysis.

  7. Michael, J. (1993). Contrast between the procedures of respondent and operant conditioning. Chapter 4 in Concepts and Principles of Behavior Analysis. 45-47.

  8. Michael, J. (1993). Common errors in the use of behavioral terms. Chapter 5 in Concepts and Principles of Behavior Analysis. 49-52.

  9. Michael, J. (1993). Explanatory fictions. Chapter 6 in Concepts and Principles of Behavior Analysis. 53-56.

  10. Michael, J. (1993). The discriminative stimulus. Chapter 8 in Concepts and Principles of Behavior Analysis. 73-76.

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