Autistic Behavior, Behavior Analysis, and the Gene—Part II
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This article reviews the negative behavior-analytic commentary on Drash and Tudor’s behavior-analytic analysis of the etiology of autistic repertoires and values. This article also asks that, in our effort to scrub it clean, we not drown Drash and Tudor’s beautiful, but fragile, new-born, behavior-analytic baby in hypermethodological, hyper-scholarly bathwater.
Key wordsautism behavior analysis gene etiology of autism medical model contingency verbal behavior
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