behaviourism

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Synonyms for behaviourism

an approach to psychology that emphasizes observable measurable behavior

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Dr Lloyd added: "Our study shows that, even in a company where energy saving appears to be at its optimum, behavioural interventions can lead to a substantial cut in energy consumption, saving the company significant sums of money.
We have appointed Phil to our team as his expertise will enable us to carry out behavioural interventions in a wide range of companies.
A previously tested behavioural intervention program called Mujer Segura employs motivational techniques to encourage female sex workers to use safer sex practices, and teaches better condom negotiation skills with clients who request unprotected sex.
12 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that cancer patients who are struggling with sleep troubles, due in part to pain or side effects of treatment, can count on two behavioural interventions for relief- cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR).
The top 15 questions encompassed issues pertaining to behavioural interventions, community health workers, referral, and managing health systems.
Borello-France D, Burgio KL, Goode PS, Markland AD, Kenton K, Blalsubramanyam A, Stoddard AM (2010): Adherence to behavioural interventions for urge incontinence when combined with drug therapy: Adherence rates, barriers, and predictors.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) attributes a large portion of workplace accidents to human behaviour, so addressing the people element with positive focused behavioural interventions not only supports continuous improvement of safety performances, but adds tremendous value to businesses striving for continuous safety improvements.
Washington, Feb 22 ( ANI ): Researchers are now amalgamating an innovative array of technologies like artificial intelligence, smartphone programming, biosensors and wireless connectivity to develop a device designed to detect physiological stressors associated with drug cravings and respond with user-tailored behavioural interventions that thwart substance use.
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