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  • noun

Synonyms for behaviourism

an approach to psychology that emphasizes observable measurable behavior

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Treatment involves raising this threshold, which your vet or a pet behaviourist will be able to advise how to do.
Behaviourists often begin by establishing control with an excercise.
In fact with the emergence of technology in military learning, the behaviourist approach becomes the key learning theory in designing relevant courseware.
Whether we call those who work in this field behaviourists or psychologists doesn't really matter: in practice they are both.
Whilst behaviourists like Skinner and Watson worked in the fields of psychology and psychiatry, they wanted behaviourism to be the basis for managing and shaping the behaviour of patients, employees, students, trainees and whole societies.
The research is supported by a number of animal experts including dog behaviourists and psychologists who, after analysing dog barks from across the country, concluded dogs have regional accents like their owners' accents.
After reviewing the case and considering new expert evidence from animal behaviourists, the Commission has referred the order to the Crown Court for a new appeal.
Whereas extreme behaviourists have claimed that a scientific
As a qualified professional member of the UK Registry of Canine Behaviourists, he has worked with hundreds of dogs and there are few problems that he has not dealt with.