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The paper is a brilliant tour-de-force, buThe paper is a brilliant tour-de-force, but a subtext to the paper is what I will call the behavior-centric view. In this view, stimuli are remembered until a response is emitted, and reinforcers reach back in time to effect this response in the presence of the remembered stimulus...the presence of the remembered stimulus... +
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July 16, 2006 +