As promised, Operants magazine has transitioned from a quarterly publication to six editions per year. The January-February, 2016 issue has been delivered to subscribers and it features a wealth of material on the history of behavioral science. Enjoy a trip back in time to B. F. Skinner’s early years at Harvard and learn who and what influenced Skinner and put him on the path to discovery. We also pay tribute to Fred S. Keller — Skinner’s life-long friend, colleague, and disciple. Looking at the international spread of our science, Operants highlights the history of behaviorology and behavior analysis in Brazil and Norway. History enthusiasts will also appreciate a look at declassified FBI’s dossier on B. F. Skinner.
News from the B. F. Skinner Foundation
- Science and Human Behavior, Chapter 16: Thinking, Quote 15 September 30, 2016
- Science and Human Behavior, Chapter 16: Thinking, Quote 14 September 29, 2016
- Science and Human Behavior, Chapter 16: Thinking, Quote 13 September 28, 2016