BEHAVIOR
MANAGEMENT
BEHAVIOR
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BEHAVIOR SCIENCE

BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT

HUMAN BEHAVIOR

HUMAN BEHAVIOR ACTIVITIES

HUMAN BEHAVIOR FACTORS

BEHAVIORISM

SOCIAL SCIENCE

BEHAVIOR SCIENCE`LINKS



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BEHAVIORAL
SCIENCE




Behavioural sciences,
Behavioral science,


The term that encompasses all
disciplines that explore the
activities of and interactions
among organisms in the natural
world.

It involves the systematic analysis
and investigation of human and animal
behaviour through controlled and the
naturalistic experimental observations
and rigorous formulations.

However, many academic departments of
psychology have adopted this term to
refer to groups of people who study
behavioral questions scientifically,
as distinquished from the study of
more general psychology topics.



WIKIPEDIA
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Behavioral_science/




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BEHAVIORAL
MANAGEMENT




BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT


SELF-MANAGEMENT

SELF-ESTEEM

SELF-CONTROL

TEAMWORK

ANGER MANAGEMENT

SELF-DISCOVERY

COPING SKILLS

MOTIVATIONAL TECHNIQUES

COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES

SOCIAL STANDARDS

HARASSMENT

CONFLICT RESOLUTION

SELF-DISCIPLINE




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HUMAN
BEHAVIOR




Emotions

Behavior

Human sexual behavior

Behavioral modernity

Human's periods

Behaviorism




Human behavior is the collection
of behaviors exhibited by human
beings and influenced by:

culture,
attitudes,
emotions,
values,
ethics,
authority,
rapport,
hypnosis,
persuasion,
coercion and/or genetics.



The behavior of people, organisms
or even mechanisms. falls within
a range with some behavior being
common, some unusual, acceptable,
and some outside acceptable limits.

In sociology, behavior is considered as
having no meaning, being not directed at
other people and thus is the most basic
human action.

Behavior should not be mistaken with social
behavior, which is more advanced action, as
social behavior is behavior specifically
directed at other people.

The acceptability of behavior is evaluated
relative to social norms and regulated by
various means of social control.


The behavior of people
is studied by the
academic disciplines of:

psychology,
sociology,
economics,
anthropology.




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HUMAN
BEHAVIOR
ACTIVITIES




Examples of:
Human Behavior,
Activities:



Skills

Responses

Ignorance

Rejection

Acceptance

Resistance

Answer

Life

Dreaming,
Sleeping,
Awake

Human communication

Human timescales

Desire:
appetite,
hunger,
thirst.

Civilization

communication




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HUMAN
BEHAVIOR
FACTORS




Factors affecting
human behavior:



Genetics;

evolutionary psychology

Attitude;

It is the degree to which the person has
a favorable or unfavorable evaluation of
the behavior in question. Attitude.


Social Norms;

This is the influence of social pressure
that is perceived by the individual
(normative beliefs) to perform or not
perform a certain behavior.


Perceived Behavioral Control;

This construct is defined as the individual’s
belief concerning how easy or difficult
performing the behavior will be.



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BEHAVIORISM




Behaviorism (also called learning perspective)
is a philosophy of psychology based on the
proposition that all things which organisms
do—including acting, thinking and feeling—
can and should be regarded as behaviors.

The school of psychology maintains that
behaviors as such can be described
scientifically without recourse either
to internal physiological events or to
hypothetical constructs such as the mind.

Behaviorism comprises the position that
all theories should have observational
correlates but that there are no
philosophical differences between
publicly observable processes (such
as actions) and privately observable
processes (such as thinking and
feeling).



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SOCIAL
SCIENCE




Social sciences study the structural-level
processes of a social system and its impact
on social processes and social organization.



They typically include
fields like:
sociology,
economics,
history,
public health,
anthropology,
political science.



The social sciences are a group of academic
disciplines that study human aspects of the
world.

They diverge from the arts and humanities in
that the social sciences tend to emphasize
the use of the scientific method in the study
of humanity, including quantitative and the
qualitative methods.

The social sciences, in studying subjective,
inter-subjective and objective or structural
aspects of society, that were traditionally
referred to as soft sciences.

This is in contrast to hard sciences, such
as the natural science, which may focus
exclusively on objective aspects of nature.



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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_sciences/




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BEHAVIORAL
SCIENCE
LINKS




Association for Behavior Analysis
http://www.abainternational.org/

Association for the Behavioral Sciences and Medical Education
http://www.absame.org/

BEHAVIOR.ORG
http://www.behavior.org/

Behavior Machine.com
http://www.behaviorMachine.com/

Behavior management
http://www.behavioradvisor.com/

Behavioral Management
http://www.behavioralmanagement.org/

Behavior and Social Issues
http://www.behaviorandsocialissues.org/

BFS KINNER
http://www.bfskinner.org/

California Association for Behavior Analysis
http://www.calaba.org/

Canadian journal of behavioural sciences
http://www.cpa.ca/


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Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences
http://www.casbs.org/

Info Activity
http://www.infoactivite.com/

Learn Psychology
http://www.learnpsychology.net/

Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) Network
http://www.obmnetwork.com/

Promoting Student Wellness
http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/college-student-mental-health/

Pediatric Behavior
http://www.pediatricbehavior.com/

QUESTIA
http://www.questia.com/

SCIENCE OF BEHAVIOR
http://SCIENCE OF BEHAVIORwww.scienceofbehavior.com/

Teachnet.Com
http://www.teachnet.com/



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