Interbehavioral Psychology and Q Methodology

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Parker E. Lichtenstein


lnterbehavioral psychology rests entirely upon naturalistic foundations. So-called mental events are continuous with overt behavior, and all behavior has an objective character. Subjectivity means simply uniqueness of occurrence. Stephenson's emphasis upon self reference brings another dimension to Kantor's interbehavioral approach, and Q methodology makes possible an objective, nonmentalistic handling of subjectivity.

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Lichtenstein, P. E. (1988). Interbehavioral Psychology and Q Methodology. Operant Subjectivity, 11(2). Retrieved from