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Synonyms for behavior

the manner in which one behaves

the way in which a machine or other thing performs or functions

Synonyms for behavior

the action or reaction of something (as a machine or substance) under specified circumstances

(psychology) the aggregate of the responses or reactions or movements made by an organism in any situation

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2) There is a negative relationship between the age of dominance training and adaptive behavior of female students.
Adaptive behavior in autism and pervasive developmental disability: Microanalysis of scores on the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales.
H2a: The greater the adaptive behavior of an actor in a dyad, the higher the supply chain partner's satisfaction with operational performance.
In the current study, multiple traits that we considered included academic performance, academic skills, academic enablers, and adaptive behavior.
Adaptive Behavior was a summated scale of six yes/no items adapted from Westin (2004).
The adaptive behavior model was further developed based on a Pakistan dataset (Nicol et al.
Department of Education, 2004), which includes specific language on preventing this overrepresentation, now is a particularly appropriate time to revisit the status of these adaptive behavior assessment scales.
Several analyses were conducted examining the students' adaptive behavior in the areas of communication, socialization, daily living skills, and motor skills as measured by the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales (VABS).
5 and 58 and Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales scores between 38 and 63 at the beginning of treatment were re-evaluated after 4 years of treatment through the Rutgers Autism Program.
9] and Nolfi [10] indicate that the most straightforward way to shape adaptive behavior is to use the evolutionary robotic (ER) approach.
Students with cognitive impairments have identified deficits in both intellectual functioning and adaptive behavior that manifest themselves during the developmental period.
aggressive behaviors, alcohol use) and inversely with an adaptive behavior (i.
It is often assumed that all people share a common measure of normal and adaptive behavior and that the crisis intervener needs to change the individual to fit the system.
general intelligence, adaptive behavior, general reading) and various forms of psychopathology, although useful for diagnosis and decisionmaking, typically provide little assistance in efforts to promote personal growth or to plan and evaluate interventions.
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