Law and Learning Theory: A Study in Legal Control (with Underhill Moore), 53 Yale Law Journal 1 (1943)
THIS study lies within the province of jurisprudence. It also lies within
the field of behavioristic psychology. It places the province within the
field and, in doing so, fragments the province into disconnected pieces.
The problems of jurisprudence become psychological problems to be attacked
by the use of the propositions of a psychological theory of behavior
and by quantitative and experimental methods.
Date of Authorship for this Version
jurisprudence, behavioral psychology
Callahan, Charles C. and Moore, Underhill, "Law and Learning Theory: A Study in Legal Control" (1943). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 4418.