Four metaphorical types of activity in the field of applied behavior analysis are considered: prospecting, farming, building, and guiding. Advantages of each sphere are noted, and benefits of this division of labor to the field as a whole are discussed. It is suggested that a recognition and nurturance of this division of labor may prevent competition between members and contribute to evolution in the field.
prospecting and farming and building and guiding activities, applied behavior analysis
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