Introduces 3 papers on applied behavior analysis in crime and delinquency that were originally presented at a symposium at the 1986 meeting of the American Psychological Association. They are the work of M. T. Nietzel and M. J. Himelein (see record 1988-23278-001); L. Bank et al (see record 1988-24459-001); and J. D. Burchard (see record 1988-23249-001). It is suggested that behavior analysis is one of the most optimistic alternatives for understanding and correcting crime and delinquency.
applied behavior analysis, crime and delinquency and prevention
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