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Montrose Madison Wolf, PhD (May 29, 1935, Houston, Texas — March 19, 2004, Lawrence, Kansas) was an American psychologist. He developed the technique of "time-out" as a learning tool to shape behavior in children in the 1960s. He was a leader in creating the discipline of problem-solving, real-world psychological research known as applied behavior analysis.
Donald Baer, Sidney W. Bijou, Todd Risley and Wolf established the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, in 1968 as a peer-reviewed journal publishing research about experimental analysis of behavior and its practical applications.
- ↑ Risley, Todd (2005), "Montrose M. Wolf (1935–2004)", J Appl Behav Anal, Summer; 38(2): 279–287; DOI:10.1901/jaba.2005.165-04 .
- ↑ Fixsen, D.L., Blasé, K, Timbers, G.D. and Wolf, M.M. (2007).In Search of Program Implementation: 792 Replications of the Teaching-Family Model. The Behavior Analyst Today,8(1), 96-114 BAO
- ↑ Morris, Edward K. "Sidney W. Bijou: November 12, 1908 to June 11, 2009", Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Accessed July 23, 2009.
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