behavioral

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  • The side effects for men include breast development, behavioral changes, heart disease, and more.
  • He received many awards for his work in behavioral science.
  • This may also involve owner education so as to avoid future medical or behavioral issues.
  • Meanwhile, his wife worked at a specialized library for business and behavioral science.
  • Policy and programming must target both individual behavioral changes and policy approaches to public health.
  • The next major development came from behavioral psychology in American university research.
  • They also provide national leadership in promoting the provision of quality behavioral-health services.
  • Behavioral finance has grown over the last few decades to become central and very important to finance.
  • Self-directed thought which is based in hypnosis can be used for many other issues and behavioral problems.
  • Recently, expected utility theory has been extended to arrive at more behavioral decision models.
  • The disciplines involved include information science, computer science, social science, behavioral science, management science, and others.
  • Environmental health, community health, behavioral health, and occupational health are also important areas of public health.
  • Test the system early on, and test the system on real users using behavioral measurements.
  • Soft power, then, represents the third behavioral way of getting the outcomes you want.
  • There is no central control within or between these behavioral modules.
  • Recently, a new line of behavioral research on language was started under the name of relational frame theory.
  • For the study subjects took part in a behavioral experiment where the distribution of a real amount of money was decided.
  • The adoptee population does, however, seem to be more at risk for certain behavioral issues.
  • Information asymmetry has also seen some use in behavioral economics as well.
  • He established behavioral standards that workers had to meet to live in the area and charged them rent.
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Words starting with behavioral

Synonyms of behavioral

Meaning of behavioral

  • adjective Of or relating to behavior
    behavioral sciences