a recurrent way of acting by an individual or group toward a given object or in a given situation.
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- Behavior therapy
a form of therapy emphasizing the correction of a person’s undesirable behavior through Pavlovian conditioning, aversive therapy, or similar learning techniques. behavior therapist n.
manner of behaving or acting. Psychology, Animal Behavior. observable activity in a human or animal. the aggregate of responses to internal and external stimuli. a stereotyped, species-specific activity, as a courtship dance or startle reflex. Often, behaviors. a behavior pattern. the action or reaction of any material under given circumstances: the behavior of tin under […]
- Behavioral immunogen
- Behavioral medicine
an interdisciplinary field that uses the concepts and techniques of the behavioral sciences to improve physical and emotional health.