Interdisciplinary Science in Interbehavioral Perspective

Linda J Hayes, Mitch J Fryling


As the disciplinary sciences develop there is a growing interest in interdisciplinary science. This is particularly so in certain areas of the sciences where the objects of investigation are of interest to workers in multiple scientific domains. This commentary considers the nature of science from an interbehavioral perspective. In doing so, the nature and goals of both disciplinary and interdisciplinary sciences are considered.


interdisciplinary science, disciplinary science, system building, interdisciplinary relationships

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Published by the University of Illinois at Chicago Library

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