Where are Behavior Patterns?

Mon, 31 Jan 1994 14:49:00 PST

Graber writes:
"It never would have occurred to me to take M. Hill's "shared patterns of
behavior" to refer to *mental* phenomena, as D. Read has done."

Let me clarify my comment. If one is looking at "patterns of behavior" then
there may be not need to make reference to menatl phenomena; but the
statement was "SHARED patterns of behavior" and I took SHARED not to mean
"coincidentally similar" but an actual attribute of the behavior. Thus if
the behavior is not genetically driven (e.g., shared genes could lead to
shared behavior) then the basis for the "sharing" would be at a mental level.

D. Read