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Participants (N = 15) included ten graduate psychology students in an Applied Behavior Analysis course at a medium-sized, comprehensive New York State college, and five on- and off-site Bachelor-level behavior specialists from a local, nonprofit agency.
At follow-up, 63% of males and 55% of females reported having engaged in at least one of these behaviors between interviews.
In 2002, for instance, Couzin and his team showed that a few simple rules for fish interactions yielded phase transitions between swarming behaviors.
But we can make kids less "victim prone" and less apt to be singled out for the bad bullying behavior that can make them feel terrible.
Although a strong communication culture may emerge from witnessing the behaviors of top management, research shows that offering rewards and incentives that acknowledge effective communication helps to strengthen and sustain that culture.
There is convincing evidence that parenting behaviors profoundly impact the development of positive behaviors and outcomes in youths and adolescents.
As a result, studies involving single-subject designs that show a particular treatment to be effective in changing behaviors must rely on replications across individuals if such results are to be found worthy of generalization.
It is often more effective in organizations to change the systems that influence people's behaviors, rather than attempting to change behaviors directly.
Health can also be defined in terms of health-promoting behaviors that a person may engage in.
The students were informed that they would be taught how to use the operant principles learned in the classroom to help reduce undesirable behaviors in the dogs, while increasing desirable behaviors.
The more salient an identity is, the more likely the behaviors associated with that identity will be enacted, and contexts will more likely be interpreted in relation to that identity.
Radical Change, then, is a theoretical concept that applies digital age principles to explain both some information resources and some information behaviors.