Library of the History of Autism Research
Issues and implications of operant conditioning : The primary ethical considerations
Hospital and Community Psychiatry, July 1968, 19:226-228
The ethical considerations in operant conditioning are no different from those involved in any other form of therapy: to aim for the maximum benefit to the patient and to society, giving careful consideration to cases where the two may conflict.
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