Receptive language: Some important distinctions between component repertoires
Annual Meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis
Association for Behavior Analysis
May 28- June 1, 2004
Date of Presentation
As Skinner acknowledged, the behavior of the listener merits further analysis. This analysis is still pending. Such analysis is important to the extent that listener behaviors (1) come under control of distinct antecedent verbal stimuli (2) are maintained by distinct consequences, and (3) shape and maintain the behavior of the speaker. This presentation will provide a behavioral account of the listener repertoire traditionally referred to as receptive language.
Normand, M. P.
Receptive language: Some important distinctions between component repertoires.
Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Association for Behavior Analysis in Boston, MA.
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