The Analysis of Verbal Behavior is an official publication of the Association for Behavior Analysis International and is primarily for the original publication of experimental or theoretical papers relevant to a behavioral analysis of verbal behavior. The mission of the journal is to support the dissemination of innovative empirical research, theoretical conceptualizations, and real-world applications of the behavioral science of language.
Manuscripts are typically relevant to at least one of the following topics: Skinner’s verbal operants, multiple control, private events, rule-governed behavior, epistemology, scientific verbal behavior, language acquisition, language assessment and training, second languages, pedagogy, the verbal behavior of nonhumans, verbal behavior research methodology, and the history of verbal behavior analysis.
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