To the Editor.—

Cohen's article on the Society for Behavioral Pediatrics1 affords me a long-awaited opportunity to offer some personal comments on behavioral pediatrics. I am in the twilight of a pediatric career (these comments could hasten the night) and my long association with and the mutual respect I share with Cohen and the others involved, allows me to express another point of view without being labeled "hostile." The editor may find my remarks tangential to Cohen's article, but nevertheless, I believe they are relevant to the future of behavioral science in pediatrics.

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