"Michael Olea" <oleaj from sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
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> John H. wrote:
>>> What it definitely suggests is that the idea of classical conditioning is
>> not confined to what is typically regarded as 'behavior'. Radical
>> behaviorists may not be surprised by the idea that immunological function
>> constitutes 'behavior' but if you attend an immunology conference and
>> start talking about the classical conditioning of immunological processes
>> they are likely to throw you out of the nearest exit.
As if summoned from some dark forest you have returned. Good. Thanks for
this, interesting paper.