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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. Michael, J. (1980).  Flight from behavior analysis.  The Behavior Analyst, 3, 1-21.

  2. Michael, J. (1979).  Reinforcement magnitude and the inhibiting effect of reinforcement.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior  32,  265-268.

  3. Michael, J. (1977).  Book review:  The open university,  by Walter Perry.  Journal of Personalized Instruction, 2,  248-251.

  4. Michael, J. (1977).  Radical behaviorism as a way of life.  In J. Krapfl & E. Vargas (Eds.), Behaviorism and ethics.  Kalamazoo:  Behaviordelia.

  5. Michael, J. (1975).  An advanced laboratory in experimental analysis of behavior.  Teaching of Psychology, 2, 1965-1969.

  6. Michael, J. (1975).  Quality control in a profession.  In W. S. Wood (Ed.), Issues in evaluating behavior modification.  Champaign:  Research Press.

  7. Michael, J. (1975).  Positive and negative reinforcement, a distinction that is no longer necessary; or better ways to talk about bad things.  Behaviorism, 3,  33-45.

  8. Michael, J.  (1974).  Statistical inference for individual organism research:  mixed blessing or curse?  Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 7, 647-653.

  9. Michael, J.  (1974).  The essential components of effective instruction and why most college teaching is not.  In F. Keller & E. Ribes (Eds.), Behavior modification  (pp. 163-176).  New York:  Academic Press.

  10. Michael, J.  (1970).  Rehabilitation.  In C. Neuringer & J. Michael (Eds.), Behavior modification in clinical psychology  (pp. 52-85).  New York:  Appleton-Century-Crofts.

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