A quick response to your queries: Verbal Behavior in e-book format is now available not only in our Bookstore, but also through all major online retailers. Here are the clickable links: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Google Play, iTunes, and Kobo. If you are planning to buy (or purchased already) a print edition of Verbal […]
The Quarter II Operants edition features news about Walden Two (and some reflections about the book), continued discussion on how to make Skinner prominently featured in introductory psychology textbooks, and profiles of more behavioral practitioners from around the world. As always there is discussion about Skinner’s direct and hidden impact on modern society; and […]
With the generous support by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB) the B. F. Skinner Foundation has converted the definitive edition of Verbal Behavior into e-book formats. Please visit our Bookstore to get your copy in either epub (works on Apple products, Nooks from Barnes and Nobles, Android-powered tablets and phones, KOBO readers, etc.) […]
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In 2014 the B. F. Skinner Foundation is celebrating its 25th anniversary and 110th birthday of B. F. Skinner. Throughout the year we will have different promotions and giveaways on our website, and we are starting today by introducing a limited-time 50% (!) discount on Schedules of Reinforcement by B. F. Skinner! The book […]
The new edition of Operants (Quarter 1, 2014) is available! Operants is now more than a newsletter, we call it a B. F. Skinner Foundation report. Please visit http://www.bfskinner.org/behavioral-science/operants/ to view this and prior editions and to subscribe for future ones.
B. F. Skinner loved birthdays. A sense of his feelings about them shows in his book Walden Two. The scene involves a birthday of a seven-year old girl. The narrator Burris, catches the communities’ founder Frazier, in a rare moment of sentimentality:
“The candles were blown out and the business of cutting the cake began.
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