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The interpretations presented in this address developed out of frequent discussions with colleagues and students, but especially Guy Dennehy, Barbara Fulton, Bruce Hesse, Michael Minervini, Margaret Peterson, Mark Sundberg, Paul Whitley, and Kathy Wright, who are also responsible for many improvements in the present manuscript. I also thank Julie Vargas, Ernie Vargas and Nancy Petty for their very helpful comments on the manuscript.

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Michael, J. Flight From Behavior Analysis Presidential Address ABA 1980. BEHAV ANALYST 3, 1–21 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03391838

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