The computer analogy in psychology: Memory as interbehavior
Attentional problems in dysfunctional mother-child interactions: An interbehavior
Finally, interbehavioral psychologists conceptualize behavior as an interaction, and therefore prefer to use the term interbehavior
, to explicitly acknowledge this reciprocal function.
Those who say they are "morning people," for example, are suggesting that time of day is an important setting factor for their interbehavior
Kantor (1924) classified images as one of several different forms of implicit actions or interbehavior
Every psychological event, like the events handled in every science, consists of interbehavior
of objects, though it must be specified that psychological and biological events involve the interbehavior
of an organism with stimulating objects.
Hence, a medical system as a social organization also establishes a psychological collectivity in that the activities of providers within the health care system share specific types of interbehavior
with institutionalized objects, persons, and/or beliefs.
Rather than discussing perceptual activity in terms of operant and respondent behavior as Skinner does, Kantor introduces the term "semi-implicit interbehavior
Certainly, one interested in knowledge claims can do well to begin by taking into account their origin in knowers' interbehavior
with things, including other people.
They may in fact be construed as the development of another interbehavioral field, inclusive of another type of interbehavior
on the part of the human participant.
45), Kantor remarked that "science in all its phases constitutes controlled interbehavior
with concrete phenomena" and later elaborated extensively on this point of view.
The systems of Kantor and Schiller share a concern for behavior, or interbehavior
, as an adjustive, whole-organism bidirectional interaction of an organism in an environmental field.