behaviourism

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Synonyms for behaviourism

an approach to psychology that emphasizes observable measurable behavior

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This is the first time that behavioural interventions have been measured scientifically, and the reasons for success pinpointed.
Although these findings are only preliminary, it's encouraging that lay health coaches successfully supplemented a less intensive, lower cost behavioural intervention and that their weight losses were actually comparable to those produced by professional coaches - something that could be critical in this changing health care landscape," M.
Washington, July 31 (ANI): A team of researchers has found that even a modest behavioural intervention program can measurably reduce the incidence of HIV among female sex workers in the U.
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.
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