John C. (Jay) Moore
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
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Dr. John C. (Jay) Moore is recognized as one of the discipline's most erudite scholars in the philosophy of radical behaviorism and conceptual issues in behavior analysis, Dr. Jay Moore has published 40 papers on radical behaviorism and philosophy of science in a wide variety of behavioral and psychological journals. His recent book, The Conceptual Foundations of Radical Behaviorism, provides the field with a comprehensive and sophisticated look at the philosophical underpinnings of the discipline. Dr. Moore has also contributed significantly to the experimental analysis of behavior, most importantly with a series of papers, beginning in 1975, on choice and reinforcer variables. His dedication to the Association includes work with its accreditation board, with the editorial board and as Editor of The Behavior Analyst, and as its President. The ABA Fellows program itself was one of his contributions. Dr. Moore has presented over 100 papers at conferences world-wide and has also served on editorial boards of the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, Behaviorism, Psychological Record, and the European Journal of Behavior Analysis. He has also served on the Board of Trustees of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies.