Triple Modes of Responding
A tea and rubber plantation in the tropical forests of central Ceylon would seem an unlikely place to begin a discussion of behavioral assessment. Yet, this was the location in 1944 for a well-organized and comprehensive program that set in motion a process that led to one of the more popular notions in behavioral assessment today.
KeywordsSocial Skill Autonomic Nervous System Motor Skill Autonomic Activity Motoric Mode
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