• Behaviorismo radical, ética e política: aspectos teóricos do compromisso social. 

      Dittrich, Alexandre; http://genos.cnpq.br:12010/dwlattes/owa/prc_imp_cv_int?f_cod=K4711869A7 (Universidade Federal de São CarlosBRUFSCarPrograma de Pós-graduação em Filosofia e Metodologia das Ciências, 2004-04-01)
    • Consciência não-linear: de William James aos sistemas dinâmicos. 

      Kinouchi, Renato Rodrigues; http://genos.cnpq.br:12010/dwlattes/owa/prc_imp_cv_int?f_cod=K4707998D5 (Universidade Federal de São CarlosBRUFSCarPrograma de Pós-graduação em Filosofia e Metodologia das Ciências, 2004-04-02)
      William James’s scientific psychology was developed in order to surpass precedent approaches such as both Rationalism and Associationism. His masterpiece, The Principles of Psychology (1890), has been a mark in the ...
    • Hume, Mach e Skinner: a explicação do comportamento. 

      Laurenti, Carolina; http://plsql1.cnpq.br/sigef_imp/PRC_HIST_PROC?F_COD_RH=K4702104U4 (Universidade Federal de São CarlosBRUFSCarPrograma de Pós-graduação em Filosofia e Metodologia das Ciências, 2004-03-17)
      Radical behaviorism was presented as the philosophy of science of human behavior. This has important consequences. One of them has to do with questions regarding scientific explanation. The present essay essentially deals ...
    • Behaviorismo radical e subjetividade. 

      Lopes, Carlos Eduardo; http://buscatextual.cnpq.br/buscatextual/controladorbuscacv (Universidade Federal de São CarlosBRUFSCarPrograma de Pós-graduação em Filosofia e Metodologia das Ciências, 2006-02-10)
      In radical behaviorism, subjectivity is studied, generally speaking, in terms of the theory of private events. The theory of private events has its roots in the problem of accessibility in the thesis, that is, that a ...
    • A concepção de Homem no Behaviorismo Radical de Skinner: um compromisso com o bem da cultura. 

      Melo, Camila Muchon de; http://lattes.cnpq.br/1015798975492836 (Universidade Federal de São CarlosBRUFSCarPrograma de Pós-graduação em Filosofia e Metodologia das Ciências, 2004-03-19)
      B. F. Skinner describes and explains human behavior through the selection by consequences causative model. According to this model, human behavior evolves through interactions among three levels of variability and selection ...