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The principle that solving behavior problems with behavior analysis is more difficult than it appears. Daniels is known for telling people, "If you think this stuff is easy, you're doing it wrong."
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The results of measurement, usually in quantified form. A single value is referred to as a datum.
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any recorded information, usually in numerical form. Data is plural, datum is singular.
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An informal test of whether a particular event is a behavior to the effect that, "If a dead man can do it, it is not behavior." See Box 2.4.
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If a dead man can do it, it ain't behavior.
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If an indirect-acting contingency is to increase or maintain performance, it should involve a deadline.
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See REMEMBERING
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the learner's behavior with respect to the item to be remembered at the time it is recalled. Cf. ENCODING.
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the common structural features of sentences that are related to each other by grammatical transformations. Cf. SURFACE STRUCTURE.
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Respondent conditioning in which the US is an aversive or noxious stimulus.

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