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Applied Behavior Analysis and Buddhist Belief
I study ABA, and consider myself to be a radical behaviorist. That is, I believe that everything that comprises a personality or person-hood is in fact the result of operant and respondent conditioning. Put simply, I believe that "we" are our behaviors, period. I feel like the principles of behavior have helped me come to a greater understanding of the purpose and effectiveness of the 8-fold path. Is anyone else here interested in the principles of behavior, or behavioral psychology in general?