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Synonyms for system

an organized array of individual elements and parts forming and working as a unit

a usually large entity composed of interconnected parts


the approach used to do something

Synonyms for system

(physical chemistry) a sample of matter in which substances in different phases are in equilibrium

a group of physiologically or anatomically related organs or parts

a procedure or process for obtaining an objective

the living body considered as made up of interdependent components forming a unified whole

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an ordered manner

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Core Courses For the core subjects, the Behavioral Systems Family was rated as having the highest value as well as providing the most enjoyment to the students.
Theories of selection and metacontingencies are also applied within the framework of behavioral systems analysis.
Dick Malott, Don Tosti, Dwight Harsbarger, and other behaviorists made the same choice, independently and for similar reasons: hence the field of behavioral systems analysis was created.
The findings may help in understanding human emotional and behavioral systems and lead to new treatments for devastating illnesses such as WS, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and possibly even autism.
and international authors, this book covers a wide variety of topics related to the behavioral treatment of individuals with ASDs, including a look at autism and its treatment from a behavioral systems perspective, a review of the verbal behavior approach to autism, joint attention and its treatment, an analysis of theory of mind in individuals with ASDs, behavioral cusps and their importance to the programming of individuals with ASDs, a review of early intensive behavioral intervention (EIBI) for individuals with autism, information on the behavior-analytic interventions available for adults with autism, psychopharmacology from a behavior-analytic perspective, and direct instruction's application to the classroom learning of individuals with ASDs.
These views may be a result of emotional and behavioral systems that distort the way a person views reality, interacts with other people, and experience everyday life.
The district started screening elementary students three times a year in reading and then used progress monitoring, or brief weekly assessments of target skills, using all the data to make decisions about their reading programs and behavioral systems, Lolich says.
The new study "opens the way for much more work on the effects of human noise on complex behavioral systems, not just the simple drowning out of acoustic signals," Fuller says.
They cover the characteristics of autistic spectrum disorders and behavioral approaches to their treatment; behavioral systems for intervention in autistic spectrum disorders; and family, professional, and training issues.
The fundamental behavioral systems integration research approach required proceeds toward increasingly complex interactions dictated by scientific and pragmatic considerations closely approximating methods and procedures of established effectiveness in other areas of natural science.
This series provided the fundamental training in behavioral development for a couple of generations of behavior analysts and its natural science approach is the foundation for Novak & Pelaez's Child and Adolescent Development: A Behavioral Systems Approach (2004).
This will involve diverse approaches that: integrate molecular and quantitative methods, focus on behavioral systems for which known or candidate genes are identified, explore social processes that affect individual environments, include measures of biological intermediaries of the behaviors, and use non-linear analytic approaches to study genes, social factors and environments in developmentally dynamic ways.
It is his discussion of behavioral systems that is most useful for understanding the possible existence of innate psychological structures in the intrapsychic life of the individual.
Within an on-going program of developmental research, behavioral systems analysis is used to clarify sets o interlocking repertoires that can, together, have a significant effect on the incidence of coercive behaviors.
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