Donald Baer

Human Development and Family Life University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
Behavior Analysis
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Rosales-Ruiz J, Baer DM. (2001) Observing and apparently not needing to observe, in the analysis of symbolic reactions European Journal of Behavior Analysis. 2: 86-89
Rosales-Ruiz J, Eikeseth S, Duarte A, et al. (2000) Verbs and Verb Phrases as Instructional Stimuli in the Control of Stimulus-Equivalence Effects The Psychological Record. 50: 173-187
Duarte AM, Eikeseth S, Rosales-Ruiz J, et al. (1998) The Effects of a Can’t-Answer Response Option and Instructions on Stimulus Equivalence The Psychological Record. 48: 631-646
Rosales-Ruiz J, Baer DM. (1997) Behavioral cusps: a developmental and pragmatic concept for behavior analysis. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 30: 533-44
Eikeseth S, Rosales-Ruiz J, Duarte A, et al. (1997) The quick development of equivalence classes in a paper-and-pencil format through written instructions The Psychological Record. 47: 275-284
Kirby KC, Fowler SA, Baer DM. (1991) Reactivity in self-recording: obtrusiveness of recording procedure and peer comments Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 24: 487-498
Silverman K, Anderson SR, Marshall AM, et al. (1986) Establishing and generalizing audience control of new language repertoires Analysis and Intervention in Developmental Disablities. 6: 21-40
Silverman K, Watanabe K, Marshall AM, et al. (1984) Reducing self-injury and corresponding self-restraint through the strategic use of protective clothing. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 17: 545-52
Paniagua FA, Stella ME, Holt WJ, et al. (1983) Training correspondence by reinforcing intermediate and verbal behavior Child and Family Behavior Therapy. 4: 127-139
Halle JW, Baer DM, Spradlin JE. (1981) Teachers' generalized use of delay as a stimulus control procedure to increase language use in handicapped children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 14: 389-409
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