Fellow Travelers **
These are sources largely outside the interbehavioral literature that those with an interest in interbehaviorism might appreciate. Please send me references for your recommended sources (see below) and I will include them here. **Inspired by Verplanck's (1995) use of the term (The Interbehaviorist, 23, 6-12).
Gottlieb, G. (n.d.). Gottlieb's inscription to Kantor on the enlarged version of Kuo's (1967/1976) book. (from G. Greenberg)
Gottlieb, G. (1992). Individual development and evolution: The genesis of novel behavior. New York: Oxford University Press.
Hatfield, G. (1994, September). Remaking the science of mind: Psychology as natural science. University of Pennsylvania Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Technical Report No. IRCS-94-13. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania.
Kuo, Z.-y. (1967). The dynamics of behavior development: An epigenetic view. New York: Random House.
Kuo, Z.-y. A link to several of Kuo's publications, courtesy of the University of Toronto and Dr. Gary Greenberg.
Lazzeri, F. (2015). Dynamic interactions with the environment make up our psychological phenomena: A review of Noe's Out of our heads. The Psychological Record, 65, 215-222.
Noe, A. (2009). Out of our heads: Why you are not your brain, and other lessons from the biology of consciousness. New York: Hill and Wang.
Osbeck, L. M. (2009). Transformation in cognitive psychology: Implications and issues posed. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 29, 16-33. (from E. K. Morris)
Oyama, S. (1985). The ontogeny of information: Developmental systems and evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Satel, S., & Lilienfeld, S. O. (2013). Brainwashed: The seductive appeal of mindless neuroscience. New York: Basic Books.
Van Orden, G. C., & Paap, K. R. (1997). Functional neuroimages fail to discover pieces of mind in the parts of the brain. Philosophy of Science, 64, 85-94. (from B. L. Bachelder)
Weisberg, D. S., Taylor, J. C. V., & Hopkins, E. J. (2015). Deconstructing the seductive allure of neuroscience explanations. Judgment and Decision Making, 10, 429-441. (from D. J. Delprato)