antecedent


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someone from whom you are descended (but usually more remote than a grandparent)

a preceding occurrence or cause or event

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anything that precedes something similar in time

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the referent of an anaphor

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preceding in time or order

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By identifying the component parts of criminal behavior, law enforcement officers and interested observers more reliably can predict antecedent behavior before a crime takes place.
If so, then a technology for promoting compliance based on antecedent manipulation to augment reinforcement may be available.
The theme of fortunes flooded under by the fabled federal energy project has a real historical antecedent in the saga of George Berry, a real estate speculator, U.
defined as systematic, replicable approaches to providing instruction addressing both antecedent and consequent events) have emerged.
Most of these patients reported an antecedent illness typically related to GBS onset (gastrointestinal illness or respiratory infection).
Skinner's (1957) theory of verbal behavior categorized several classes of verbal operants according to the antecedent and consequential controlling variables unique to each operant.
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The antecedent of Sterling Bank in this business is unparalleled.
Due to downsizing and integration of companies; the process of re-engineering; and the nature of work relations, organizational commitment, although still an important antecedent, is no more the most important.
Rapid motor imitation antecedent (RMIA) training manual; teaching preverbal children with ASD to talk, research ed.
First, the statistics used in prior investigations have limited utility in accurately assessing the importance of a single antecedent (e.
The one-factor model of attitudes toward menopause and their antecedents assumed that attitudes toward menopausal aging reflect a single underlying dimension and are related to a common set of antecedent conditions.
In an observational study of more than 20,000 older adults with pancreatic cancer, 10 antecedent diagnoses were found to be significantly associated with the cancer diagnosis.
Although Skinner (1957) proposed a functional independence between mand and tact operants based on the unique antecedent and consequential controlling variables, he acknowledged that transfer of behavioral control across mands and tacts could be observed in the mature speaker.
Antecedent Assessment and Intervention: Supporting Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities in Community Settings.