Suggests that behavior analysts have become increasingly concerned about inaccuracies and misconceptions in the public, educational, and professional information portraying their activities. Some of the conditions that have given rise to these concerns are described, and procedures and programs for dissemination of public information that may correct inaccuracies and misconceptions are surveyed.
misconceptions and dissemination of public information on behavior analysis
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