Tom Bourbon paper

[From Fred Nickols (990502.0702)]--

i.kurtzer (990430.2200)

The other side of the coin is interesting as well. Like when someone
becomes privy to this fact and decides to play the game right back and
make the "controller's" hand follow an equally abritrary least
for a while. Then all bets are off. Skinner called it
counter-control. And such an analysis with human subjects was written
about in "Control or to be controlled" by Tom Bourbon. If anyone is
interested I could find a copy.

Yes, he did (i.e., Skinner called it "counter-control").

Yes I'm interested (in the Tom Bourbon paper).




Fred Nickols
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