Howard Rachlin

Howard Rachlin is Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Emeritus, at Stony Brook University.

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Cover: The Matching Law: Papers in Psychology and EconomicsThe Matching Law: Papers in Psychology and EconomicsHerrnstein, Richard J.
Rachlin, Howard
Laibson, David I.
PAPERBACK05/19/2000$39.00
Cover: The Science of Self-ControlThe Science of Self-ControlRachlin, HowardPAPERBACK03/01/2004$36.00
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