tact


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the ability to say and do the right thing at the right time

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consideration in dealing with others and avoiding giving offense

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The authors of TACT noted that 633 out of the 1708 patients in the study had diabetes mellitus.
Andres demonstrated the emergence of A-P and B-P selections, B-A intraverbals, and some trials of A-B intraveibals (those related to the stimuli "Ethiopia" and "the Surma"), but he responded incorrectly to the taught P-B tact relation related to the stimuli "Ethiopia" and "the Surma" in the first probe after learning P-A and P-B tacts.
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TACT, whose students are all ages and come from a wide range of backgrounds, is now expanding its training to encompass the need to work with adults - especially parents - to provide a holistic approach to the issues children and families struggle with.
As with the echoic, tact has a prominent role in the teaching of verbal behavior for young children and is considered one of the most important acquisitions when it comes to expanding or installing new verbal repertoires (Cruvinel & Hubner, 2013).
In a study by Pistolijevic and Greer (2006), a teaching procedure that involved the intensive presentation of tact opportunities to 3- and 4-year-old children with autism had promising results, and aimed for more functional and generalizable outcomes.
A tact is a verbal response that is under the control of the physical or social environment and maintained by generalized conditioned reinforcement (Skinner, 1957); colloquially (and very loosely) speaking, labeling something in the environment may be considered a tact.
India, May 3 -- E-Switch has unveiled the new TL3240 series illuminated tact switch.
TACT was designed to collect objective measurements.
Is tact one of those "a little dash will do you" things in leadership?
Its foster carers are very much part of the TACT family.
the concomitant execution of operations at all workplace and with a rhythm of the tact time.
Con tact is a meeting or touching of people or things.
Another critical characteristic is that the reinforcer for the tact is a generalized reinforcer that is typically social in nature (Greer & Ross, 2008).