One world view to rule them all 1 Hour
Recorded in 2020
The second chapter of our second season will feature a special guest appearance by Tom Zane, Ph.D., BCBA-D! During this chapter Justin, Joe, and Tom will discuss how competing worldviews may result in behavior analysts using nonbehavioral treatments. Throughout the discussion the panelists will define “worldview,” outline a radical behaviorist worldview, and highlight examples of worldviews that may be incompatible or directly conflict with radical behaviorism as well as the effect of those worldviews on practicing behavior analysts.
- At the completion of the discussion the audience members will define what a worldview is and how it impacts their interpretation of the world.
- At the completion of the discussion the audience members will define a radical behaviorist worldview.
- At the completion of the discussion the audience members will identify worldviews that may or may not compete with a radical behaviorist worldview.
Branch, M. N., & Malagodi, E. F. (1980). Where have all the behaviorists gone? The Behavior Analyst Today, 3(1), 31 – 38. https://doi.org/10.1007/bf03392376