Alan Baron

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI 
Area:
Behavior Analysis
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https://pantherfile.uwm.edu/ab/www/
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(d. 2015)
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Baron A, Galizio M. (2006) Distinguishing between positive and negative reinforcement: responses to and. The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 29: 273-7
Baron A, Galizio M. (2006) The distinction between positive and negative reinforcement: use with care. The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 29: 141-51
Baron A, Galizio M. (2005) Positive and negative reinforcement: Should the distinction be preserved? The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 28: 85-98
Baron A, Perone M. (2001) Explaining avoidance: two factors are still better than one. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 75: 357-61; discussion 3
Baron A, Perone M, Galizio M. (1991) The experimental analysis of human behavior: indispensable, ancillary, or irrelevant? The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 14: 145-55
Baron A, Perone M, Galizio M. (1991) Analyzing the reinforcement process at the human level: can application and behavioristic interpretation replace laboratory research? The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 14: 95-105
Baron A, Menich SR, Perone M. (1983) Reaction times of younger and older men and temporal contingencies of reinforcement. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 40: 275-87
Perone M, Baron A. (1983) Age-related preferences for paced and unpaced tasks in chained schedules of reinforcement. Experimental Aging Research. 9: 165-8
Baron A, Perone M. (1982) The place of the human subject in the operant laboratory. The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 5: 143-58
Perone M, Baron A. (1982) Age-related effects of pacing on acquisition and performance of response sequences: an operant analysis. Journal of Gerontology. 37: 443-9
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