Science and Human Behavior“Since we ordinarily lack anything like adequate knowledge of all these [historical] variables, it is simpler to assume that the behavior is determined by the guest’s will—that he will come if he wants to and wills to do so. But the assumption is of neither theoretical nor practical value, for we still have to predict the behavior of the “will.” The inner explanation is no short cut to the information we need. If many variables are important, many variables must be studied.” (p. 113)

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