John C. Malone
Professor of Psychology
Education: Ph.D. in Psychology at Duke University.
Research interests: History of psychology; Radical behaviorism; Learning and control effects; Psychophysics; Discrimination and classification of stimuli.
Present positions: Editorial Board, Behavior & Philosophy ● Editorial Board, Journal of Behavioral Education.
Awards and acknowledgments: David & Kathryn White Undergraduate Teaching Award (2002-2005).
Web resources on Professor Malone: John Malone’s SQAB Tutorial: Radical behaviorism (1999) (video: http://sqab.psychology.org/SQAB_Tutorial_Video_Tapes.html)
SOME PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE ON THE WEB
(2009) J.C. Malone., Psychology: Pythagoras to present. MIT Press (table of contents and sample chapters: http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?ttype=2&tid=11771).
(2004) J.C. Malone, Modern molar behaviorism and theoretical behaviorism: Religion and science. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 82, 95-102 (http://seab.envmed.rochester.edu/jeab/articles/2004/jeab-82-01-0095.pdf).
(2004) J.C. Malone, Pragmatism and radical behaviorism: A response to Leigland. Behavior and Philosophy, 32, 313-315 (http://behavior.org/journals_BP/2004/13_Malone.pdf).
(2003) J.C. Malone, M.E.A. Armento, S.T. Epps, What color is the sky on your planet? A review of Hayes and Ghezzi (Eds), Investigations in behavioral epistemology. Behavior and Philosophy 31, 47-61 (http://www.behavior.org/journals_BP/2003/09Malone.pdf).
(2001) J.C. Malone, N.M. Cruchon, Radical behaviorism and the rest of psychology: A review/precis of Skinner's About behaviorism. Behavior and Philosophy 29, 31-56 (http://www.behavior.org/journals_BP/2001/Malone1.pdf).
(2001) J.C. Malone, Ontology recapitulates philology: Willard Quine, pragmatism and radical behaviorism. Behavior and Philosophy, 29, 63-74 (http://www.behavior.org/journals_BP/2001/malone2.pdf).
(1982) J.C. Malone, The second offspring of General Process Learning Theory: Overt behavior as the ambassador of the mind. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1982 September; 38(2): 205–209 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1347817/pdf/jeabehav00068-0091.pdf).
(1978) J.M. Hinson, J.C. Malone, K.A. McNally, D.W. Rowe, Effects of component length and of the transitions among components in multiple schedules. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1978 January; 29(1): 3–16 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1332804/pdf/jeabehav00096-0005.pdf).
(1976) J.C. Malone, Local contrast and Pavlovian induction. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior,1976 November; 26(3): 425–440 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1333533/pdf/jeabehav00103-0115.pdf).
(1975) J.C. Malone, Stimulus-specific contrast effects during operant discrimination learning. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1975 November; 24(3): 281–289 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1333429/pdf/jeabehav00109-0034.pdf).
(1973) J.C. Malone, J.E.R. Staddon, Contrast effects in maintained generalization gradients. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 1973 January; 19(1): 167–179 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1334062/pdf/jeabehav00126-0169.pdf).
Updated: January 13, 2010