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The Behavior Analyst

2000, 23, 117-129

No. 1 (Spring)

On Books
An Index to B. F Skinner's Cumulative Record (3rd ed.)
Robert Epstein and Jessica Rogers United States International University
With the recent publication of its definitive edition (1999, Cambridge, MA: B. F Skinner Foundation), Cumulative Record, the most comprehensive collection of Skinner's published papers, has now appeared in four editions. The first, which appeared in 1959, included 30 of Skinner's papers, fewer than half of those he had published as of that time. The second, which appeared in 1961, included three additional papers and eliminated a brief article, "A Word About Boxes," which had been included in the first edition. The third edition, which is by far the most common of all the editions, was published in 1972 and included 48 papers. Three papers that had been included in the first two editions were excluded ("The Analysis of Behavior," "The Science of Learning and the Art of Teaching," and "Teaching Machines"), and 18 papers were added. The definitive edition has restored the four papers that had appeared in one or both of first two editions but that were excluded from the third, and it also includes two new papers: a 1941 article called "The Psychology of Design" and a 1990 paper, "Can Psychology Be a Science of Mind?," which Skinner completed shortly before his death. The ubiquitous third edition was published, as were the first two editions, without an index. We offer the following to make this edition a more useful resource for students and scholars.

Ability, 300, 308 The Abolition of Man, 52, 56 Acheson, Dean, 16, 17 The Act of Creation, 339 Acton, Lord, 6 Admiration, 27-28, 30, 55-57 Advisory Committee on Government Programs in the Behavioral Sciences, 281 After-discharge, 453, 454, 457, 493 Aggression, 55, 267 Agricultural Adjustment Act, 31 Aiken, Conrad, 369 Alexander, Franz, 254, 270 Alliteration, 385-390, 391, 394-395, 398, 403, 407 Altematives, repeated guessing, 408417 The American Journal of Psychology, 391, 498, 529, 604 American Psychological Association, 74, 80, 103, 112, 116, 558 American Psychologist, 74, 82, 101,

115, 158, 164, 202, 204, 574, 603, 604 American Scholar, 3, 603 American Scientist, 125, 504, 603 Anesthesias, 250 Angell, James, 556 Anger, Douglas, 133 Animal Intelligence, 327 Animals, how to teach, 559-566 Animals, obesity, 142-144 Anliker, James E., 118, 121, 142 Annual Proceedings of the New York Academy of Sciences, 145 Anrep, G. V., 595 Anticipation, 513, 514 Antioch Review, 26 Anxiety, 120, 252, 278, 512-523 Aquinas, Thomas, 328 Archimedes, 370 Aristotle, 328 Armed services, 219 Art, 64, 333-340, 343 Art, history of, 337 Art, reasons for, 334 Artists, achievements of, 334, 338 Address correspondence to Robert Epstein, 933 Assonance, 385, 391, 407 Woodlake Drive, Cardiff by the Sea, California "Atalanta in Calydon," 392 92007-1024 (E-mail: repstein@post.harvard.edu). Atlantic Monthly, 350-361, 586, 604
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318 Attention. 151 Carmichael. 58. 355 Biderman. Walter B. 291. 4. Justice Benjamin N.. methodological. 382. 555-558 Centripetal movement. 139. 317. 242. Ralph L. 462. 277. 365-366 Avoidance. Toklas. 228 Azrin. 70. 577. 326. maintenance of. 270 Behaviorism. 250 278. 271 Atomic Physics and Human Knowledge.. 126 306. 370. 276 Biology. 104 Behavior. 498 Cambridge University. 119. 190-191. 276-282. Marion. Donald S. 185-186. 232 Behavior. 503 Behavior research laboratories. 261. 368-369 Automatic reading. Card matching experiment. 451. 163 Brave New World. 128. 148. Samuel. 5 The Autobiography of Alice B. 431 Brilliance. 229 Carnegie. Cannon. 498. technology of. 70. Albert D. 476 381. psychotic. 579 The Behavior of Organisms. 198 Bulletin of the American Association of Behavior. Butler. 263 Atomic physics. Bengt. 461 Behavior. 379. 118 Box. Central nervous system. Neils. 38 Behavior. cooperative. 385-390 Behavior. 30 Bush. 117 Berkeley. 350. 565 Aurelius. 361.. literary. 363 Automatic writing. 592 Baglivi. 382. 281 Binet. 384 Behavior. 317-318 "Baby in a Box. Keller. 160. science of. 371. experimental analysis of. Joseph. Jerome.. 329. 364. 430. 360. Breland. 60. 15. verbal. puzzle. 250 Breland. silent release. radical. 304 Beyond Freedom and Dignity. 120. 577 Behavioral objectives. 163 Bohr. 480. 323 Blough. 350 374 378. 345. 380. 244. 595 Brady. 359. California. 115 Causal relations. Edwin Garrigues. 20. 502. 112. Charles. 150. 327 Behavioral technology. 280. 69. Bacon. 578 Behavior. probability of. 429. Alfred.. 269. 228 . 255 Brothers Karamozov. sexual. 383 Behaviorism. 458. 352. 278 381. 593-594 426 Carbon dioxide pressure. Nathan. 161-168. 577 Behavior.. 257 Box. 21 Behavioral sciences. vocabulary of. Charles. Francis. Robert R. Leonard. 159. 65. 115. 158-161. 328 Bribery. 379. 563 116. 41 Brown laboratories. 69. 158. emotional. 115. defective. Percy Williams. sampling. 111 Behavior. 579 125-157. 72 Beals. Cardozo. Behavior. Bridgman.. nonverbal. 513 Carlson. 74. 537 Bray. 112. 489. effectiveness of. 427 Behavior. 302. 103. 362. 140-142 Ayllon. Massachusetts. 150. 232 Behavior.118 ROBERT EPSTEIN & JESSICA ROGERS Behaviorism. 479. 138. 115. 365. 150 Baby tender. 32 464. 504-508 Behavior. 38 Behavior. 385 Behavior. 353 Black. John. 231 Bruner. Giorgio. 289. 117. 347 Boston Psychopathic Hospital. Marcus. 380. 210 383. 281 Beecher. Dale. 429. Teodoro. 150. 261. 384 Boston. 257-275 Behavior. 259. 336 University Professors. 483. 212-213. physiological theory of. 443 Benzedrine. 347 Behavior modification. sound-shielded. 383 Bell. 303 British empiricism. Henry. 572-573 Boring. Box. 321 421-428 Cats. 147. 372." 567-573 Boren. 436 BBC. Case history. Johnny S.

27 Control. operant. 343-344. long-term. 30 Coleridge. 479-488. 285. 424. 404 Constitutional law: Cases and other problems. 339 Corrective institutions. 374. 426 Clinical psychology. 477 Classical conditioning. 20 Conditioning.INDEX TO CUMULATIVE RECORD 119 Cerebellum. 31 Crozier. 33. 277 Creative artists. 371-372 Conditional Reflex. 147 Conditioning. 466 Control. 424 Consequences. 118. paradoxical. 279. 372 Consumer. 20. 340-342 Contemporary Psychology. cultural. 440. William John. 46. 251. 48 Culture. 529 Cooperation. 82. 428 Choice. 32. 534 Conditioning. Winston. 228. 450. 279 Contingencies of survival. 21-22. 197 "The Concept of the Reflex in the Description of Behavior. mechanical. 103 Class. 286-288 Control. 585 Chesterfield. 221 Consonants. Noam. 425 Coleman. 45. Robinson. 446-447 The Conduction of The Nervous Impulse. 499. 314 Coefficient of alliteration. 128-136 Conduction. 266 Consciousness. 6 Chronically ill." 380 Concepts. 340. 603 Daedalus. 604 Conditioned Reflexes. 227. personal.. 219-223. 450 Chance. 122 Columbia University. teaching pigeons. role of the. 535537 Copernican theory. 247. 204. 104 Crusoe. 139 . E. 351. 284. 476. 92 Computer-aided instruction. 337 Contingency management. John Amos. 92. Lord. 299. 389-390. 110. 347 College of Cardinals. 103. 544 Control. J. Joseph. 58 Complex learning. 587 Cherwell. 466 Control. 290 Continuous performance. 283. Claude. 587 Conrad. 150 Conscious wishes. 368 Cowles. 405 Cohen. experimental. 120. experimental results. 3-38. 103. 235 Classroom management. 319. 283-291 Competition. 395-396. Samuel T. 173 Conditioned suppression. 4143. 278 Contingencies. 299 Correlation. 31. 21 Chimpanzees. natural. 604 Contingencies. 466. Harold. 110. 379 Consequences. 130. 39. 603 Comenius. care of. 380. aversive. 488 Conditioned reflexes. 513 Classroom experience. 53. 596 Contingencies of Reinforcement: A Theoretical Analysis. 490. 281. 202-203. 225-235.. emotional. 355 Cumulative record. 164. 99. 306 Chomsky. 221 Conant. 461. 5. 305 Copying. 45. T. 465 Control. 383 Cultural practices. 585 Clark University. 333-344 Criminology. 455. 603 Dark adaptation. 595 Conditioned reinforcers. 204 Comparative Psychology Monographs. Thomas More. 15 Conditioning. 31 Constructs. 451 Cosmopolitan as Explanation. 286 Churchill. 494. 504. 474. 525. 535 The Complete Works of St. contrived. 215-216 Control. 409 Chernikoff. 448. 463.. 592 Color effect. 46 Consequences. 130 Current Trends in Psychology. 386. creating. countercontrol. 446 Conklin. 461. 345-347 Christianity. Lord. social. 63. R. 300. 277 China. sensory. 277 Compassion. 28. 79. 511 Columbia Jester. 295. 232. environmental. 592. 231 Contingencies of reinforcement. 232 Contingencies. 401. 135. 210-211. irreversibility of. J. James Bryant. 232.

339. 378379 Digestive glands. 15. 216 Federal aid students. 518. 487. 174-176. 280. 6. 234 English Channel. 16-18. 251. 53 Erasmus. 110. 9. training instructions. 437 Experimental analysis. 553 DRL performance curves. 5. 512. 151." 436 Estes. Peter. 23. 47. 113. 574 Environment. 4. 145. 133. 484. 522 315. 481 The Education of American Teachers. 120 Disinhibition. Hermann. 117. 604 England. Charles. 144-150.120 ROBERT EPSTEIN & JESSICA ROGERS Elementary Principles of Education. 15. Desiderius. 288. 472 De Caus. 377. 315. 26 Deprivation. 530. measuring of. 283. 545-547 Drugs. 10. 116. 286 Esquire. 172 Erof6eva. Rene. 252. 544. 47 Fechner. 253 Environmentalist. 314. 353. 299. 349. 440 Discovery. 101-102. 518225.364. 86. 338 Discrimination. changing. Fyodor. 92. 423 Educational psychologists. 14 An Elucidation. Faraday. 485. 280 Environmental variables. 492. 23. 112. 235. 320 Experimental inhibition. 326 Experimenter. George. 556 . 103. 579 Ethics. 42-43. 167 Efferent nerve. 555 Data. 276 Educational policy. 301. 317. 251. 439 Duke University. 283-291 Evolution. 298 Experimental design. 470. 421 Extinction curve. 262 Environmental history. 596 Darwin. 346. 87-88. 273. 136 Dunlap. 483. 10. 38 Drive. 317. 3. effects of. 132. 284 Excitabilite. 29-31. 463 Educational goals. 21. 427 Environmental forces. 157. 114. Michael. 119 Dogs. William K. 494 Escape. 301. 492. 486. 58 Democracy. 306 Environment. 490. John.. 455. 323 Discrimination training. 264. Ebbinghaus. 198 Facilitation. 213-215 Discovery method. 78. Effective reaction potential. Extinction of anxiety. Gustav. 280. 8-9. 161. 433 Dead Sea Scrolls. 280.. 353. 325. 325. 25. 113. 505 Extinction. 9091. 310 Feelings. Salomon.. 13-14. 81-84. 308 DRL. flexion reflex. 352 Eliot. 142. 444 Filatov (Russian circus trainer). 366 Emile ou de L'Education. Charles. 15 "An Essay on the Vital and Other Involuntary Motions of Animals. 182 Elicitation. 603 Education and Freedom. 42. 79 Disorders. 469 Eliot. Thomas Stearns. 391 Distribution of Response Probabilities. 386 Educational practices. 286 Differential reinforcement. 432434. 490 Encounter. 96. 464. 300. 145 Dial. 456. 365. 316 Experimental psychology. effect of. consistency of. 47. 200-203 Fatigue. 297. 250-251. 560 Dostoevsky. 281. 118. Knight. 169-235. 484. 315. 226. 501 134. 135. 556 Dews. 543. 562 Discrimination apparatus. 204. 69. 456 Dewey. 313 197 Fatigue. 429 Dickens. 499 Experimental control. 74. 40. 78 Experimental psychologists. Education. 323 526 Economics. 295-313. 565 Descartes. 481. 482. 578 27. 506 Dogs. 79-80. 317 Ferster. 456. 507. 523. psychopathic. 132. 468 Educational institutions. 12. 243. Charles B. 259. 53-54 Emotion. 84-85. 115. 213. 55. 162. 264. 259. 318. behavior of. 524.

32. 435. 349. 145 Fixed-interval performance. 233. 592. 123. 280 Genetics. 359 Harvard School of Public Health. 381. 166 Frazier. 409. Francis. 595 Freudian dynamism. 285 . 342 General Electric. 197 Hercules. 239-248. 10. 265. 408-417 Guttman. 226 Greenville. 22. 442 Galileo. Louis D. 432 Foundation for Mental Retardation. 153. 274." 458478 Genetic endowment. 284 Guessing. 117. 599 Helwig. 226 Fulton. 449. 240 Frequencies. 544 Fixed-ratio schedule of reinforcement. 434. 593 Harvard University. Andrew. 138. 250 Hamilton College. 27. W. 297. 51. 533. 410. 56 French Revolution. 165-166. 499. 336. 404 Frequency. 584 Generalization. 136. Marshall. 12 Group living. 398. 26. 283 Fragments of an Ahalysis with Freud. 370 Gambling. 311. 582. 422 Genetic factors. 163. 262. P. J. 60. 23. 137. T. 15 Heredity. 158. 315. 349 Formal patterning. Stephen. 195.. 259. 538542 Fixed-interval schedule. 593 Groton. 3. Luis de. 417 Government. 305. 438. 258 Freud. 526 Fixed-interval reinforcement. 130-131. 580. 436. 163. 129. 37-38 Hales. 436 Foster. George. 434. 69. 597. 543 Fixed-ratio performance. 437 Goodfellow. 437. 255. 146.. 325. 403. 264. 221. 113.. Philip.. 26. 262. 593 Harvard Psychological Laboratories. 276. 264 Heron. 299. 127 Frequency of response. 25. 603 Harvard Laboratories. 158. J. 421 Harris. 309 Genius. E. R. 315 Freudian wish. 118 Harvard Square. 435 Functional analysis. 226 Frenkel-Brunswik. 278. 123 Free school. 481 Glisson. 46. an experiment with concurrent activity. 266. 450. 249 Geology. Hacker. 313 General Mills. 231 "The Generic Nature of the Concepts of Stimulus and Response. 341 Hartford Institute. 307. Norman. 145. J. 316 Freudian psychology. 441. South Carolina. 171. 298. 604 Harvard Educational Review. 280.INDEX TO CUMULATIVE RECORD 121 Finn. 304 Glandular activities. Sigmund.. 556 Generalized reinforcer. 437 Hall. 225 Freedom. 512 Galatea. 408. multiple. 131 Harvard Psychological Review. 23. New York. 31 Froebel. 47. Sir Michael. 123 Fixed-interval fixed-ratio schedule. 457 Hallucinations. 535. 359. 166. 427 Grades. 297 Gestalt theories. 578. 103. 577 Flourens. 443. 413 Formal strengthening. 113. 597. F. 543 Florez. 434. 115. Henry. D. 204 Fisher. 592 Handler.. M. 40-41. 53-54. expected. 258 Freund. 252. 578 Habits. 500 Furman University. 134.. 31-34. Paul A. 253-254 Genetic history. Roy. 12. Inc. 442. 323 Galen. 118 Harvard Alumni Bulletin. A. Edward. 391. 406-407 Foster. 29. 133 Harvard Medical School.. 556 Greenwich Village. 437 Ford. 544 Fixed-interval reinforcement.

Karl. 386 Krutch. 380 Jones. Foundation for Mental Retardation. scientific. 38 Huxley. Richard J. 604 Journal of General Physiology. Marian.. 270. 16 Honors.. 313. Fred S.. 308. 269 Institute for Behavioral Research. Lyle H. Jr. 103. Joseph Wood. 117. 446 Lashley. 496 Korperstellung. 604 Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. Janette. 556 Johnson. 147. 249. 564 Inner events. Robert K. 385 . 25-38 Human subjects. 283 Knees. control of. 56-57. 345 Language. 56 Kubie. 436. 151. 11. C. 81. 76-77. Adolf. 489. V.. 550. 442.. 226. Oliver Wendell. 456 Irritability: A Physiological Analysis of the General Effect of Stimuli in Living Substances. 32. 468. 603 Koestler. theories of. Harry M. 603 The Integrative Action of the Nervous System. 454. Howard. 469.501. 493.. 372 Hutchins. 117. 482. 439 Kruse. 465. 249. 592 The International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. 543. 166. 408.. 457. 386 Jones. 371 Instincts. 346 Joseph P. 497 Hull. George. 511. 489. 538. 429.122 ROBERT EPSTEIN & JESSICA ROGERS Jakobson. 334 Induction. 212 Hitler. 494. 556 John Locke Lectures. 498-503 Human behavior. Paul B. 329 Jennings. 604 The Journal of Experimental Psychology. 304 Hunt. Herbert S.. 552 Knowledge. 74. P. 543. 264. 14 Hyde. 556. 604 Language. Walter.. 13-14. 367 International Congress of Physiology. 73. 504 Independent variables. 373 Language. 106 Laboratory research. 272 Involuntary action.. 323. Howard Mumford. 533. 464. Arthur D. 261. 15. 105.. 524. 117. 470. Sigmund. 444 Intelligence testing. 372. 557. 151 Holmes. 339 Konorski. 200 Huxley. Clark L. 133. 279 Ladies' Home Journal. 557 Latency. 262. 371 Lanier. Louis.507 Latent speech. 197. 477. 350. 214 Hudgins. 249 Holland. 228 Hume. 497. 266. 324-326 An Inquiry into Meaning and Truth. 346 James. 476. 81 Jones. David. 604 Juvenile offenders' 425 Herrnstein. 491. Kennedy. 435 Kateb. Heinrich D. 131. 139 The Journal of General Psychology. 453. 266. Joseph P. 270 Kymograph. 567. Lawrence. 318. 355 Keller. language. 145-146 Introspective psychology. 103.. 270-271 Koch. 268-269 Inner man. 490. 299 Individuality. 16 Hoeber. William. 251. 479. 262. James.. J.. 578. 512. 489. 142 Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 585 Hypothesis. 232 How to Solve It. 113. 226 Instructional programs. Arthur. 150. 138. 347 Johns Hopkins University. 20. 2223. 549. 543 Hilton. 19. 603 Interval performance. 603 Kruse. 147 Hunter. Jerzy. Aldous. 554 Infant behavior. Thomas H. 603 Journal of Applied Psychology. Lawrence. 409. 458. 425 Instruction.. Roman. 54. 380 Lapicque. 346. 202 Integrating the Approaches to Mental Disease. 438 Irritability. 133 Kennedy. 276 Intelligibility. 58. 255-256.

92 Learning. 323 Lectures of the History of Physiology. Melvin H. 311 Lehmann-Haupt. 164. 151. 421. 345 Leisure. 490. 322-324 Modem Language Notes. 407 Monkeys. 78. Ogden R. 285-286. 13-14. 159-160 More. 272. 14 MacLeish. 269 Mendel. A. 556 Mice. 226. 82 Mill. Archibald. 580-583 Mistreatment. 264. pigeon guided. Clive S. 112 Miller. 150 Macaulay. 336 Mosteller. Morgan. George Herbert. 134 Levi-Strauss. Ernst. 499.. 251. 252253. 241. 431. 483 Levi. 277 Moscow Circus. 503 Mathematics. 446 Lucy Church Amiably. 504-508 Marks. 104. Jean. 117. 152. 351 Magazine training. 333. WilliamH. 359 Morrill. 335336 Letting go. 538. 265. 32. 54 "Mechanization of the Latin Square. 118. Thomas Babington. 556. 151. Clare. Abraham. Lloyd. 229Marshall. 22. 313 Mental disease. 255. 278. 118 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. mathematical theories of. 324 Learning curves. 323. Kenneth. Rudolph. 166. 264. Minnesota. 439. 229. 117. 103. 117 Marshall Plan. 347 The Measure of Man.INDEX TO CUMULATIVE RECORD Latin square. 52-53. 555. 346 Montaigne. 60 Mach. 51-52. 425 The Making of Americans. understanding of 249256 Mental processes. Matching. 380 The Logic of Modern Physics. Thomas. 287 Models. 125. 351. 317 Learning. Albro. 429. Thomas Hunt. 596 Marijuana. 529. 118. 118.. complex. 543 Marbles. 131. 118. 49. 380. 154. Lawrence. 346 Loeb. James Clerk. 142-144. Keith. S. 80. 453. 282 Memories. 221. 448. 141. 273. 602 Lucas.. 491.. 499 Lohr. 158. 555 Mentalism. 313 Mayer. mathematical. 71-78. 56 Life and Work of Sigmund Freud. 119. 441. 290. Maria. Fredrick. 584 Massachusetts State Hospital. 10. 578 Missile. 58 Morse. 307. 592 Logic. 377. 26 Morality. theories of. 6 230. 537 Learning. 431 Logical empiricism. 92. 325. 601." 512 Medicine. 142 Mead. 126. Thomas. West Virginia. 63-64. 277 Lever press. 11. 456 Montessori. Wendell. 12 Lindsley. 104. 239 Lincoln. Claude. 489. 346 Lewis. 604 Locke. 366 Maxwell. 464. 324 Matisse. 26 MacCorquodale. John. 353 Leader-follower relation. John Stuart. Christopher. 502 . Gregor. 58 Magnus. 118 Lowell. 226 Moral discourse. 363 123 Marx. 383 Metaphor. 69-100. 592 Manual of Discipline. 23 Machiavelli. 543 Morgantown. Jacques. 376 Metropolitan State Hospital. 289. 119. Henri. 97-99 Mathematico-deductive theory. 463. 431 Massachusetts General Hospital. 267. Adolph. 505 Learning.. 113 The Law of Effect. Michel. 313 Maintained responding. 496 Minneapolis. 535. 220. 251. 494. 257 The Listener. 555 450 Morgan. 232 Motivation. 262. 432 Legal system. 257 Meyer. 142-143 Midwestern Psychological Association. 380. 556 Meaning of Meaning.

435-436 Muscular action.. 502. 129 Physiological psychology. 493. 277. 64. 557. 584 Olds. 15. 73. 228. 126. 259 316. 586. 514 New Jersey. 301. 596 Operant conditioning. 585 Periodic reinforcement. 0. 438 Muscular Contraction and the Reflex Control of Movement. 276. 435 Music. 65 Periodic reconditioning. 200 On the Future of Art. 339 National Science Foundation. 254 Nursing homes.. 437 Multiple schedule. 135. Rep." 437 Movable type. 440 "Normal Motor Automatism. 110. 440. 254 Pelican. 297. 587 Pasteur. 145 Philistinism. M. 69 Pedagogy. 278 D. 333. 81. 432. 359 Muscle. G. 487. 461. 103. G. 543.124 ROBERT EPSTEIN & JESSICA ROGERS Office of Scientific Research and Development.. 204 The New York Times. 346. 436. 304. 449 Physics. Nero. 4 Pacific Spectator. 494 Operant behavior. 524 Operant reinforcement. 197 Neurotic behavior. 274-275 Philosophy. see Project pigeon New Atlantis. Hugo. 150 Organic control. Hobart. 580. 276 Motor behavior. 159. 370-371. 428 Movement. 521 New Republic. James. 230 Operant research. 481 Mowrer. 300 Newton. Nervous system. 580. Lab. modes of. 514 Muller." 359 Phaedrus. Louis. 586-590 National Research Council. 587 Pascal. 341 Mutations. 250. 425 Oxford. 226 Pavlov. S. J. Ivan P. 529. 104. J. 226 1984. 309 488. Florida. 583. D. 486. 353 Pharmacological factors. Issac. Ralph Barton. 58. 281 The Origin of Species. 32 Pauling. 128-136. 72. 16 Negley." 370 Operationalism. 250 "Motorische Kraft. 315 Natural selection. 502. Blaise. 604 Operant. Eduard Fredrich Wilhelm. 345. 32 574. Overlearning. 492. 302 Pestalozzi.C. 126. 347 Personnel psychologists. 227. Johannes. George. 493. 135 421 ORCON. 313 Naval Research Laboratories. 37 National Training School. 316 Neurology.. 499. Patrick. Washington." 489 On Education. 593 Perry. 37 Pfluger. 343 Observable data. E. 577. 149-150 "On a Particular Form of Conditions Reflex. 150.. 543. 450. 369 Perrin. 271 Observation. see Organic control National Institutes of Health. H. 382-383 National Academy of Sciences. Linus. 58 . 253. contractions of. 117.. 129 Orwell. A. 339-340 My Father's House: An Oneida Boyhood. 441. 493. 10 Newlin. 30. 281. 592-596 Pavlovian conditioning. 504 Neill. 10 Naval Data Handling System. 587 Personalities. 255. 363 Newsweek. 286 Pharmacology Department. 381 Office of Naval Research. 457. 263. 544 Munsterberg. 587 The Pattern of Responsibility. 448. 492. Neurologist. 229. Lett. 347 Natural sciences. Orange Park. 262. 213 Naval Res. 76-77. 56 Novelty.. 279 "The Operational Analysis of Psychological Terms. P. 500 556 Neurophysiology. 69. 579... 149.

506 Probability estimates. 158. 525. 60. experimental. 41 Probability of reinforcement. 433 Rat. 195-197. 316. 371 Psychological Care of the Infant and Child. 2. Grad. 370-384 Psychological Theory: Contemporarv Readings. 265. 380 Psychology. 416 Psychotic behavior. 556 Psychotherapy. 226. G. 502. 228. 145. 507 Probability of action. 296. 318. 128. 366 Pick-off display converter. 58 Radio broadcast. 415. 69. 574-575. 462. 78. 203 The Quest for Utopia. 103 Project pigeon.INDEX TO CUMULATIVE RECORD 125 The Physiology of the Brain and Comparative Psychology. 530 Rate of responding. 134. 78-91. 51. 134 "Pigeons in a Pelican. 73. 272-273 Psychotics. 288. 53. 270. 214 Pythagoras' golden theorem. 247 Psychoanalytic concepts. 228. 339. 453. 196. 32 Qumran Community. 501 Predictions. 604 Psychological terms. 254 Psychotic subjects. 95-96 Pressey. 272. 140-141. 227. 61.. 117-119. 91. 426 Psychotic behavior. 251. 9. 309. 385. 342 The Pigeon. 562 Pupillary reflex. 259. 146. 228-233 Programming. 318. 232 Probability. 311. 214 Postulate of afferent neural interaction. 198 Programmed instruction. 303 Psychoanalysis. 257-275. 456 Point Four Program. 524-532. 159. 214 Poetry. 286 Private events. 324. 25th Anniv. 113. 592-593 Physiology." 574-591 Pigeons. 408 Les raisons des forces mouvantes avec diverse machines. 501 Postulate of behavioral oscillation. 120. Inaug. Celebr. 558 Psychological Laboratories at Harvard. 297. 426 Public affairs. 370. 603 Psychology Department. . 577 Psychology from the Standpoint of a Behaviorist. 115-116. 500. 430 The Process of Education. 118 Principles of Behavior. 382. 95. 516-517. 222. 587 Pictures. . causation of. Karl. conditioned. 70. 276 Psychodynamics. 51. 421 Politics of Social Research. 426 Political science. 249-254. 252 Psychological Bulletin. 118. 118. University of Minnesota. 514 Psychological Record. 56. 533-535 Plato. 76. 556 Psychology. 359.. 258 Probability of behavior. 341. 221. 217-219. 519 . 280. 518-523. 380. 391-407 Poincar6. 326. 114. 280 Punishment. 381. Stud. Henri. 93 Probability of response. 315. 310. see Experimental psychology Psychology: A Study of Science. 588. de grottes et de fontaines. 113. 227. 30. 80. 336-340. 45. 7. 287. 187. 14. 603. 117 Psychological Monographs. 514. 281 Polya. 74. 297. 587. 104-112. 139. 271-272 Prizes. 604 Psychological Reports. 321-322. 364. 134. 149. 278. 539 Rate of reinforcement. 74-79. 506. 345-355. 311-312. 299 Punishment. 128. 507. 151 Psychiatry. 249. 498-503 Prisons. Vol. teaching pigeons to play. 282. 4. 239-248 Psychoanalytic theory. 127 Proc. 505. 442 Pythagora. 421. 26. 431.. 255-256 Preference. 92-100. 136 Psychological Review. 118. 385. 577-583 Psychiatric Research Reports. 590 Pribram. 512. 138. 204 Project A. Sidney J. 126-131. 431 Psychologists. 590 Ping-pong. 250. 335. 501 Postulates. 451 Picasso. 6 Points. Pablo. 386.

528 Response. 125-126. 556 Rickover. discrimination of. Justice Owen J. verbal. conditioned. 319 Rhyme. weak. 472. 32 Rogers. G. 440 Running experiment. 530 Reinforcement. 205-207 Resistance to extinction. 423. 482. differential. 592 Reflex. 102. Denman. 80.126 ROBERT EPSTEIN & JESSICA ROGERS Ratio schedules. 548 Reinforcement. see Probability of response Response. 524. 159. 280 Reinforcement. 454. 327 Roosevelt. continuous. 301 Religion. 315. 103. 132 Ratliff. 435 Reflex arc.. 35-36. 132 Reinforcement. 458-478. rate of. 80-81 Response. 62-64 Reinforcement. pseudo-conditioned. 385. 12 Ross. 561 Reinforcers. 47 Repetition. history of. 320. 565 Reinforcement. 270 Romanes. 485 Reflex Action: A Study in the History of Physiological Psychology. 79. 38. 438 Reflex physiology. 454. 476-477. 375. difficulty of. 496 . 430. 444. fixed-ratio. see Rate of responding Response. 375 Response. 54 Retardates. 492 Response. J. 502. 253. 53-54. 495 Response. 74. 259. physiology of. 465. 443. 221 Reinforcers. Curt P. 88 Reinforcement. 481. 448 Reflex. 133 Reinforcement. 27. 25. 457. flexion. 335 Reinforcers. 375. functional. 457 Reinforcement. 82. 213. withheld. 78. periodic. 526 Response. emotional. personal. mediating. contrived. Jean Jacques. 453. 296. 426 Rewards. 26. 394. Floyd. 421 Religious institutions. 337 Rousseau. 226. 479-488 Response. 61-64. characteristics of. Hyman George. 389-390. institutionalized. 336-340. 471. 460. 455 Reflex function. 534 Relationships. covert. 88 Reinforcement. see Contingencies of reinforcement Reinforcement. 501 Respondent behavior. mechanical. 451-452. 379 Response. 13. 232. 81-82 Reaction time. 413414 Research. 283-291 Retardates. 71.. 485. positive. frequency of. 128-129. 378. elicitation of. 197-198 Robert F Kennedy Center. 284 Ruckenmarkseele. 464 Responsibility. 488. 425 Roberts. 21. 89-91. 374. 450. Bertrand. 158. separate. 446. 482. 62-64. 527 Response strength. 561 Reese. 372-373. 28. 493 Reflex. 342 Reinforcing system. probability of. 55. 115 Reaction inhibition. 447 Reflex. 484. care of. negative. intermittent. 273. 449. 162. 560. 457 Reflex strength. 114 Salivation. 321-322. stepping. 371. 481 Reflex. 336 Reinforcers. spontaneous. 493 Response. overt. 128-136. Franklin Delano.. 233 Reinforcers. 221. 83 Response. 444-445 Reflex fatigue. 34-37. 448. 8586. walking. 518 Reinforcers. 234 Reinforcement. program of. 283. 61-62 Reinforcement. 306. DRL. 442. 429-457 Reflex. 483. Ivor A. 97 Reinforcement. 464. 461. 96. 407 Richards. 604 Richter. definition. magnitude of. 560. describing behavior. aperiodic. 596 Response. 131. 466. synthetic. 459. 456. 452 Reflex conduction. 233 Reinforcement. 489-497 Reflex. 93-95. 47. 347. 348-349. 541 Russell. 289. 380 Response. 78. strengthened. 151. 111-112 Reinforcement.. 458. 455. effects of. 233. experimental study of. 492. 377. Thomas. 480. Carl. 473. 391. 112 Reinforcement. 429 Russia. conditioned. 392. contingencies of. 462 Reflex. 453457 Reflex.

208. 438. 424. 599. 600-601 St. 492-493 Stimulus class. South Carolina. 524. 373-374. 203. 427 Schools. 5. 359-369 Stensen. 604 Scientific method. 160.. 434. 455. 586 Searle. 415 Schlosberg. 457. correlations of. 529 Superstitious behavior. 353. 246. 122. 284 Social interaction. 493. 467. 89-90 Schedules of Reinforcement. 386. 134. 31 Self-actualization. George Bernard. 399 Shakespeare's sonnets. 257 Solomons. 150. 448. 604 Science and Human Behavior. 211. 387. Nicolas. 196 Schools. 125. 549 Survival. 117. 440 Shape. 163 Sidman technique. 453 The Science of Mechanics. 46 Self-observation. 277. Gertrude. 299. 398. 285 Susceptibilities to reinforcement. 251. F. William. Harold. 240. 129. Harry. 319-320. 140. 205. 407 Shakespeare's alliterative span. 45 Social psychology. 468 Stimuli. 137 Stimulus induction. contingencies of. 140. 320 Statistics. geometric. see Feelings . 36 Self-control. 385-390. 374-379 Stimuli. 8. use of in war. European. 262. Murray. 603. 54-55. L. 91. 380. W. 101-124 Scientific Monthly. 195. H. 578-579 Schizophrenia. 149. 201. 395. 35. 246 Self-management. 425 Skinner. 446. 220 Schweitzer.INDEX TO CUMULATIVE RECORD 127 Satiation. G. private.. Maryland. 102. 276. 550 Saturday Review. 51. S. 507 Stafford. 385-390. 201. 322 Science. 305. 394. 278. 147. John. Loen M. B. V. Sir Charles Scott. 150. 144. 250. 239. 482 Social contingencies. 161 Schedules of reinforcement. J. 426 Sociology. 85 Squirrels. 311 Seals. 346. 504508 Stoll. 202. 226 Sumter. 102.. 479-488 Stimulus. 449. 251 Stimulus generalization gradient. 458-478. 163. 104. 389. Stephen. 284 Social science. 214 Solomon." 346 Shaltung. 225-235. 278 Summerhill. 593 Sheehan. 349 Spontaneous recovery. 577 Spender. 278. 140-141 Silver Springs. 400. 325. 595 Sherrington's synapse. 407 The Study of Instinct. 221. 372. 278. 297 Sex. 56 Schedule. 246. 429 Shock. 316 La science et 1 'hypothese. 279. 164 Sherrington. 390. 438 Stochastic Models for Learning. 382 Stimuli. 468 Stimulus control. 392 Shakespeare's Verbal Art in "Th' Expence of Spirit. 213. 515. public. 555.. 134 Superstition. 517 Sidman. Albert. 461 Shaw. 136-140. 603 Scientific theory. 132. 328 Self-realization. 398 Special Devices Section of the Navy. 587 Secretary of Agriculture. 312 Die sensorische Functionen des Ruckenmarks der Wirbelthiere nebst einen neuen Lehre uber die Leitungsgesetz der Reflexionen. 105. 454. 450. 252 Shakespeare. 141. 453. 385. 432 Stevens. 421 Socrates.. 120. 597. 587 Statisticians. 430. B. 212. 507 Stein. Smith. 374-379 Stimulus. 35. 440 Sensory psychology. 345. 314 Social reinforcers. 126 Successive approximation. 281. 25. 144. 371. 559. 111 School and Society. 527. discriminative. 87. 319 Science. 160-161. 438 Sonnets. 376 Stirling. Elmer Edgar. 406. 3. 431 Scientific American. 35. 444. 85. 359 Some Apostles of Physiology.

392. Niko. 131. 534-554 Swammerdam. 587 Token economies. see also Type II conditioning. 228 Tolman. 591 Teaching Machines and Programmed Learning: A Survey of the Industry. training. 210.. 559 Teaching. 23.. 361-362. 32 Vocabulary.. 210.. 305. 603 Theory of Pure Design. 439. 312 Theory and Treatment of Psychosis: Some Newer Aspects. 12. Massachusetts. 577 Taylor. 351 Verworn. Edward C. Reflexes. inhumane. Philip. 575. doctoral. 502 Tolman. 151. 13. 432 Traits. C. see also Type R conditioning. 500. 131. 577 Utopia. 364. 233 Verbal Behavior.. 490-497 Type S conditioning. 362. 337 Thesis. 323 Three Lives. 367 Terms. Morris. Respondent Type II conditioning. 474-475. 194. 208-224 Technology of behavior. 372. see also Type I conditioning. Jerome. 300. 22. 436 Swinburne. 436. 555558 Webster's International Dictionary. 55 The Technology of Teaching. 204 Technology. 440 Wald. 405. 308 Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences. 56. 407 Synapse. 179. Albrecht. L. 278 Teitelbaum. 160. 430. 603 Teaching. Algernon Charles. 118 Variable-interval reinforcement. 72. 386. 154. Herbert S. 282. 69-71. 408 Tender Buttons. 445. Reinforcement Type S conditioning. 603 Treatment. 103. 32. 132 Variable-interval schedule. 139 Walden Two. 435. 533-537 T maze. 59 Talks to Teachers. Baron Jakob. 187 Theories. 346. 556 University of Minnesota. 113. 134. 555 Type I conditioning. 33. 123. 400. 233-234 Teachers College Record. 586-587 Teachers. 530 Variable-ratio schedule. improvement of. 351 Weiss. 223-224 Teaching. 427. 285-287 Trial-and-error learning. 437 Vis nervosa. George. 372 Welfare state. 205. 431. 327. 302. 446 Synthetic social relations.128 ROBERT EPSTEIN & JESSICA ROGERS Sustained performance in long experiments. 47 Teaching machines. Edward L. 480-488 Type I conditioning. 104 Thomdike. Paul. John Broadus. 474 Terrace. 370-384. 397. 477478 Volition. 345. Operant. 112 Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. experiment in. 372. 233. 437 Viteles. 150 Waltham. 58 Utopia. 266 University of Chicago. 222. 401 Weisner. 130. 353. 144 Telepathy. 257 Watson. 490-497 Type R conditioning. 591 Walpole. 577 Vis motoria. 48-49.. 393. 205. 37. 126 Tipton. Max. 246. 197 Tate. sources of.. 505-506 Tahiti. popular. 436 Victor. John T. 457 von Haller. 257. 59 Variability. 216-217. Franklin V. Respondent Unconscious wishes. 496. 438. 359. 363 Tinbergen. 230. 365366. 437 von Uexkull. 204. 347. 19. R. Horace. Reinforcement Type R conditioning. 290 The Token Economy. C. 402. Reflexes. see also Type S conditioning. 336 . 577 Traite' de l'homme. 25. 555 Thomdike box. science. 406. 480-488 Type II conditioning.

C. Mary Louise. 276. M. F. 436. Wilhelm.. 414. 369 Whytt.. 409. 408 Zenith Radio Corporation. 415. P. J. 409. 574 World War II. Herbert George. 442. 574 Wortis. 340. G.INDEX TO CUMULATIVE RECORD Wells. 417 Yerkes. 592 . 457 Williams. D. 408 Zenith-Goodfellow data. 587 White. 323. 304 129 Yacorzynski. 166 Wundt. 135 Young Committee. Robert M. 556 Yerkes Laboratories for Primate Biology... 415 Zorba the Greek. 417 Zenith Foundation. 144 Wilson. 313 White. 437. 443.. K. R. Robert. 133 World War I. 314. 281 Zenith experiments. 593 Westinghouse.