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H�bner, M. M. C., Miguel, C. F., & Michael, J. (2005).
Controle m�ltiplo no comportamento verbal: Humor Brasileiro
e operantes relacionados. (Multiple control in verbal
behavior: Brazilian humor and related operants.) Revista
Brasileira de An�lise do Comportamento/Brazilian Journal of
Behavior Analysis, 1, 7-14.
Michael, J. (2004). Basic principles of behavior. Chapter 1
in Concepts and Principles of Behavior Analysis (rev.ed.).
Michael, J. (2004). Box diagrams of behavioral procedures.
Chapter 2 in Concepts and Principles of Behavior Analysis
(rev. ed.). 79-92.
Michael, J. L. (2004). Concepts and principles of behavior analysis (rev. ed.). Kalamazoo, MI: Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis.
Michael, J. (in press). Motivating operations. In J. O. Cooper, T. E. Heron, & W. L. Heward, Applied behavior analysis (2nd ed.) Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall/Merrill.
Michael, J., & Malott, R. (2003). Michael and
Malott's dialog on linguistic productivity. The
Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 19, 115-118.
Laraway, S., Snycerski, S., Michael, J., & Poling, A. (2003). Motivating operations and terms to describe them: Some further refinements.
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 36, 407-413.
Miguel, Caio F., Carr, James E., & Michael, Jack (2002). The
effects of a stimulus-stimulus pairing procedure on the
vocal behavior of children with autism. The Analysis of
Verbal Behavior, 18, 3-13.
Sundberg, M. and Michael, J. (2001). The benefits of Skinner's analysis of verbal behavior for children with autism.
Behavior Modification, 25, 698-724.
Laraway, S., Snycerski, S., Michael, J., and Poling, A. (2001). The abative effect: A new term to describe the action of antecedents that reduce operant responding.
The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 18, 101-104.
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