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People listen to positive information and tend to ignore negative information. Social incentives, immediate rewards and positive progress monitoring can change our behaviour. 

New research tell us something very important about what can make people change their behaviour. Very often we try to scare ourselves and others into changing their behaviour. But that is often not making us change our behaviour!

Warnings and threats are common in health campaigns. We all share the often wrong belief that fear will get people to act. But science shows that warnings have very limited impact on behaviour. For example, graphic images on cigarette packets do not deter people from smoking and one study found that, after looking at those images quitting actually became a lower priority for smokers. On average warnings have very limited effect, so why are we resistant to warnings? In animals fear will introduce freezing or fleeing. Or fighting in some cases. Humans have the same responses. We tend to shut down and try to eliminate the negative feelings. For example using rationalizations such like saying "My grandpa smoked and he lived to be 90. So I have probably good genes".  That process can actually make you feel more resilient than you did before. Therefore warnings can have this boomerang effect. You can also look at people's behaviour at the stock market: When the market is high, people log in very often (because positive information makes you feel good). When the market is low, people avoid logging in (because negative information makes us feel bad. So we try to avoid it as long the bad information can reasonably be avoided. We react like this in many different parts of our life, such as with warning signs like climate change, cracks in relationship, political instability, and bad behaviour like smoking and drinking, procrastination (avoidance of doing a task, delaying of starting a task or finishing a task). So we miss deadlines, get health problems, natural disasters, market crash, civilian death, divorce. You can, however, change the route and intervene – except you might think: "Why worrying about something that might happen? It might not happen". 

In a study people were asked about 80 different negative events that might happen to them in the future with questions like "What is the likelyhood that you will suffer hearing loss in your future?"  And let us say that people answer 50%. Then, people in the study got the opinion of two different experts. Expert A says: " For someone like you I think it is only 40%". Expert B says: " For someone like you I think it is 60%. People then tended to change towards a more desirable opinion – in the example they would change the likelyhood that they will suffer hearing loss in their future from 50% to now only 45%. People will listen more to the positive information. Kids and teenagers are the worse to learn from bad news. The ability to learn from bad news became better and better as people aged. But only up to midlife, around 40, because then the ability to learn from bad news began to deteriorating. The most vulnerable, kids and old people, are the least likely to learn from warnings. But at all ages people take in more of the information they want to hear than the information they do not want to hear. 

But can we change this pattern? In a hospital in United States a camera was installed to see how often medical staff sanitize their hands before and after entering a patient's room. The medical staff knew a camera was installed. Nevertheless, only one in ten washed their hands. But then, an intervention was introduced: An electronic board that told the medical staff how well they were doing. Every time you washed your hands the numbers went up on the screen. It also showed you your rate of your current shift. And the rate of the weekly staff. Complience raised from beforehand only 10% to now 90%! This succes was because, instead of using warnings it used three principles that drive our behaviour: Social incentives, immediate rewards and positive progress monitoring.

The first is social incentives. (The medical staff could see what other people were doing – and we really care what other people are doing – we want to do the same and to do it better). When the British government told people who "forgot" to pay tax that nine of 10 paid their tax on time it made them change behaviour: 15% more people in the group changed behaviour – so one sentence in the letter to people had a value of 5.6 billion pounds for the British government. So, highlighting what other people are doing is a really strong incentive. 

The other principle is immediate rewards. Every time the medical staff washed their hands they could see the numbers go up on the board and it made them feel good. We value rewards that we can get now more than values we can get in the future. But here you reward people for something that is good for the future. Giving people rewards now can make 32% quit smoking versus only 9% if there is no immediate reward. This change in behaviour is because not smoking now becomes associated with a reward. Same thing can be seen with exercising if it becomes associated with a reward. It can then become a habit and a new lifestyle. We can reward ourselves for behaving is ways that are good for us in the future. 

The third principle is positive progress monitoring. The brain is good to process positive information about the future (but not so good to process negative information about the future). So, if you want to get people's attention you might want to highlight the progress, not the decline. For example you could tell the kid starting smoking: "If you stop smoking you will become better at sports". 

Another good thing is to give people a sense of control – because the brain is constantly trying to seek ways to control its environment. If we want to motivate change, we might want to rethink how we do it. Because fear induces inaction. The thill of a gain, however,  induces action and seeking progress.

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  • Fear appealgreater change in attitudes using mild rather than strong fear appeals. When repeated, the reverse effect was true: greater attitude and behavior change occurred43 KB (5,876 words) – 14:30, 13 December 2019
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  • B. J. Fogg (section Accusations of promotion of behavioral manipulation)psychology /. Fogg, B. J.; Euchner, Jim (2019-09-03). "Designing for Behavior Change—New Models and Moral Issues". Research-Technology Management. 62 (5):13 KB (1,309 words) – 20:31, 23 January 2020
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  • Punishment (psychology) (category Behavioral concepts)is any change in a human or animal's surroundings which, occurring after a given behavior or response, reduces the likelihood of that behavior occurring14 KB (1,899 words) – 09:23, 17 January 2020
  • Change managementdisciplines, from behavioral and social sciences to information technology and business solutions. In a project-management context, the term "change management"21 KB (2,292 words) – 16:45, 15 January 2020
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  • Behavioral experimentexperiments measure a change in hypothesized causal behavior, and may drop the behavioral prefix. Behavioral experiment may refer to: Behavioral experiment (analysis)2 KB (161 words) – 07:52, 13 January 2019
  • Psychotherapy (section Cognitive-behavioral)based on regular personal interaction with adults, to help a person change behavior and overcome problems in desired ways. Psychotherapy aims to improve115 KB (12,094 words) – 22:57, 24 January 2020
  • Addictive behaviorAn addictive behavior is a behavior, or a stimulus related to a behavior (e.g., sex or food), that is both rewarding and reinforcing, and is associated2 KB (633 words) – 17:48, 5 June 2019
  • Single-subject research (section Changing-Criterion)Strategies for Studying Behavioral Change. Pergamon, New York. ISBN 978-0205474554 Boren, J. J. (1963). "Repeated acquisition of new behavioral chains". American7 KB (1,016 words) – 07:03, 10 November 2019
  • Prosocial behaviorProsocial behavior, or intent to benefit others, is a social behavior that "benefit[s] other people or society as a whole", "such as helping, sharing61 KB (7,592 words) – 13:32, 18 December 2019
  • Resource mobilizationCollaborative – Social and Behavior Change Communication". Health Communication Capacity Collaborative – Social and Behavior Change Communication. 2014-10-2015 KB (1,703 words) – 11:33, 18 December 2019
  • Utilization behaviorUtilization behavior (UB) is a type of neurobehavioral disorder that involves patients grabbing objects in view and starting the 'appropriate' behavior associated14 KB (2,028 words) – 17:17, 24 July 2019
  • Undefined behaviorIn computer programming, undefined behavior (UB) is the result of executing a program whose behavior is prescribed to be unpredictable, in the language19 KB (2,434 words) – 16:32, 12 January 2020
  • James O. ProchaskaIsland. He is the lead developer of the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change (TTM) beginning in 1983. James Prochaska earned his B.A. in Psychology2 KB (284 words) – 08:55, 15 October 2019
  • Motivation (redirect from Motivated behavior)action. In this theory, there are three causes responsible for behavior and change in behavior: Instigation (Ts) – increases tendency when an activity has158 KB (20,325 words) – 16:34, 25 January 2020
  • Deviant behaviorDeviant behavior may refer to Deviance (sociology), actions or behaviors that violate social norms Deviant Behavior (journal), an interdisciplinary journal358 bytes (35 words) – 23:46, 25 March 2012
  • Change of Heart (film)Levy. This is a comedy about a racist, homophobic exterminator whose behavior changes after undergoing a heart transplant from a Puerto Rican drag queen3 KB (200 words) – 14:17, 15 September 2019
  • Change detectionincludes the detection of anomalous behavior: anomaly detection. Using the sequential analysis ("online") approach, any change test must make a trade-off between6 KB (636 words) – 12:37, 17 August 2019
  • Reinforcement (category Behavior therapy)In behavioral psychology, reinforcement is a consequence applied that will strengthen an organism's future behavior whenever that behavior is preceded90 KB (12,082 words) – 20:47, 18 January 2020
  • Professional practice of behavior analysisexperimental analysis of behavior and applied behavior analysis. Professional practice seeks maximum precision to change behavior most effectively in specific84 KB (11,027 words) – 06:06, 27 January 2020
  • Community-led total sanitationpractices in a community. It focuses on spontaneous and long-lasting behavior change of an entire community. The goal of CLTS is to end open defecation33 KB (3,877 words) – 17:12, 15 September 2019
  • Cultural behaviorCultural behavior is behavior exhibited by humans (and, some would argue, by other species as well, though to a much lesser degree) that is extrasomatic6 KB (953 words) – 13:14, 25 April 2019
  • Rational emotive behavior therapythese beliefs cause disturbance, but can be disputed with and changed. Rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) was created and developed by the American psychotherapist42 KB (5,384 words) – 09:52, 15 January 2020
  • Behavioral neurosciencephysiological, genetic, and developmental mechanisms of behavior in humans and other animals. Behavioral neuroscience as a scientific discipline emerged from29 KB (3,684 words) – 21:25, 5 December 2019
  • Strategy patternSince accelerate and brake behaviors change frequently between models, a common approach is to implement these behaviors in subclasses. This approach14 KB (1,319 words) – 21:14, 9 January 2020
  • Chinese finger trapTreatment Guide to Using Mindfulness, Acceptance, And Values-Based Behavior Change Strategies. New Harbinger Publications, 2005, p. 146. Bellotto, Adam6 KB (722 words) – 15:07, 25 January 2020
  • Digital therapeutics (category Behavior modification)outcomes in peer-reviewed journals.The treatment relies on behavioral and lifestyle changes usually spurred by a collection of digital impetuses. Because17 KB (1,791 words) – 16:15, 19 July 2019
  • HabitA habit (or wont as a humorous and formal term) is a routine of behavior that is repeated regularly and tends to occur subconsciously. The American Journal19 KB (2,451 words) – 22:36, 6 January 2020
  • Behavioral sink"Behavioral sink" is a term invented by ethologist John B. Calhoun to describe a collapse in behavior which can result from overcrowding. The term and10 KB (1,221 words) – 22:57, 19 September 2019
  • Eat Smart, Move More, Weigh Less (section Behavior change theory)physical activity behaviors for weight management. The program does not provide a prescriptive diet plan, it teaches small lifetime changes. The program teaches7 KB (974 words) – 00:09, 2 August 2019
  • Political opportunityCollaborative – Social and Behavior Change Communication". Health Communication Capacity Collaborative – Social and Behavior Change Communication. 2014-10-2012 KB (1,473 words) – 19:43, 29 May 2019
  • Experiential avoidance (category Behavior therapy)(1999). Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: An Experiential Approach to Behavior Change. New York: Guilford Press.[page needed] Hayes, Steven C.; Wilson, Kelly18 KB (1,914 words) – 10:41, 14 December 2019
  • Lifestyle medicinelifestyle-oriented medical practice. Behavior change method Behavior change (public health) Behavioural change theories Social and behavior change communication Hivert4 KB (387 words) – 14:19, 29 January 2020
  • BCTAcademy Basic Combat Training Bat Conservation Trust, a British charity Behavior Change Technique The Blue Carpet Treatment, an album by Snoop Dogg Box compression2 KB (214 words) – 03:06, 31 December 2019
  • Positive Behavior Interventions and SupportsPositive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a set of ideas and tools that schools use to improve the behavior of students. PBIS uses evidence13 KB (1,771 words) – 20:41, 20 August 2019
  • Homosexual behavior in animalsHomosexual behavior in animals is sexual behavior among non-human species that is interpreted as homosexual or bisexual. This may include same-sex sexual87 KB (9,522 words) – 22:23, 26 January 2020
  • Allelomimetic behaviorAllelomimetic behavior or allomimetic behavior is a range of activities in which the performance of a behavior increases the probability of that behavior being23 KB (3,328 words) – 13:12, 9 December 2019
  • Flooding (psychology) (category Behavior therapy)Systematic desensitization Sundel, Martin; Stone-Sundel, Sandra (2005). Behavior Change in the Human Services. SAGE. pp. 241–2. ISBN 978-0-7619-8870-0. Leitenberg6 KB (785 words) – 16:44, 24 October 2019
  • Peter Gollwitzercontrol by if-then planning to develop powerful time and cost effective behavior change interventions; this work is rooted in the mental contrasting theory7 KB (832 words) – 18:07, 8 September 2019
  • Caregiver (section Behavior changes)E., Butterfield, R.M., & Emmons, K.M. (2005). Understanding health behavior change among couples: An interdependence and communal coping approach. Social44 KB (5,718 words) – 19:35, 9 December 2019
  • Social cognitive theory (category Behavior)direct correlation between a person's perceived self-efficacy and behavioral change. Self-efficacy comes from four sources: "performance accomplishments36 KB (4,893 words) – 19:28, 7 January 2020
  • Flight BehaviorFlight Behavior is a 2012 novel by Barbara Kingsolver. It is her seventh novel, is a New York Times Bestseller, and was declared "Best book of the year"8 KB (731 words) – 07:39, 21 January 2020
  • Social architectureIn social systems, "social architects" seek to modify human behaviors (behavior change) through carefully designed programs or workshops that seek to5 KB (641 words) – 19:17, 25 April 2018
  • Cognitive valence theorypredicting that discrepancies from expected behavior patterns produce arousal change, that moderate arousal change is effectively positive and elicits approach17 KB (2,262 words) – 23:50, 30 October 2019
  • Thrive GlobalThrive Global is an American company that provides behavior change technology and media to support individuals struggling with stress and burnout. It8 KB (805 words) – 15:35, 26 December 2019
  • Voluntary counseling and testingon the infection (HIV), the disease (AIDS), the test, and positive behavior change. VCT has become popular in many parts of Africa as a way for a person2 KB (168 words) – 21:43, 19 September 2015
  • Brain tumor (section Behavior changes)Tumors may contribute to poor reasoning, inappropriate social behavior, personality changes, poor planning, lower inhibition, and decreased production of74 KB (8,192 words) – 12:46, 18 January 2020
  • Performance managementManagement Bracken,D., & Rose,D." When does 360-degree feedback create behavior change? And how would we know it when it does? Journal of Business and Psychology"12 KB (1,505 words) – 15:08, 10 December 2019
  • Edward L. Deciforms of motivation; the theory has been applied to predict behavior and inform behavior change in many contexts including: education, health care, work4 KB (353 words) – 16:18, 14 August 2017
  • Addiction (redirect from Behavioral sensitization)patterns that trigger compulsive behavior and making lifestyle changes to promote healthier behaviors. Because cognitive behavioral therapy is considered a short162 KB (19,610 words) – 01:57, 22 January 2020
  • Culture (section Change)of environmental change, for lack of functional responses to the change. Thus in military culture, valor is counted a typical behavior for an individual59 KB (6,585 words) – 08:58, 26 January 2020
  • Fox (redirect from Behavior of foxes)exception is the Russian silver fox, which resulted in visible and behavioral changes, and is a case study of an animal population modeling according to37 KB (3,927 words) – 16:00, 26 December 2019
  • Sex change"Gender Change in 46,XY Persons with 5α-Reductase-2 Deficiency and 17β-Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase-3 Deficiency". Archives of Sexual Behavior. 34 (4):12 KB (1,518 words) – 19:04, 6 January 2020
  • Dynamic scoringthe behavior of people and organizations based on changes in fiscal policy, usually tax rates. Dynamic scoring depends on models of the behavior of economic11 KB (975 words) – 06:14, 19 September 2019
  • Kamuratanet (section Behavior regulation)is a Kalenjin traditional process of teaching its members appropriate behavior, knowledge, skills, attitudes, virtues, religion and moral standards. Kamuratanet12 KB (1,556 words) – 20:01, 21 January 2020
  • Separation anxiety in dogs (category Dog training and behavior)always recommended if a dog's behavior changes suddenly. Dogs suffering from separation anxiety typically exhibit these behaviors: Following handler excessively20 KB (2,424 words) – 03:17, 24 January 2020
  • Behavior-driven developmentIn software engineering, behavior-driven development (BDD) is an Agile software development process that encourages collaboration among developers, QA30 KB (3,830 words) – 21:24, 22 January 2020
  • Paradox psychologyscientific understanding that supports a process for 'spontaneous change'; Unifying behavioral, cognitive, and psychodynamic orientations under a single umbrella11 KB (1,665 words) – 18:29, 5 October 2019
  • Difficulty of engagement (category Behavioral concepts)Campbell Paradigm, a model of behavior change with person-independent difficulty. Difficulty is considered a key predictor of behavior in psychology and is included3 KB (328 words) – 15:21, 12 September 2019
  • Dog behaviorDog behavior is the internally coordinated responses of individuals or groups of domestic dogs to internal and external stimuli. It has been shaped by80 KB (10,196 words) – 05:02, 28 January 2020
  • Human performance technologyby Karen S. Brethower: "Maintenance Systems: The Neglected Half of Behavior Change," which contains an early version of a performance deficiency analysis9 KB (1,234 words) – 11:56, 18 January 2020
  • Psycho-oncology (redirect from Behavioral oncology)reactions to the experience of cancer, the behavioral component of coping with cancer as well as health behavior change including preventive medicine, and social24 KB (3,312 words) – 14:25, 26 November 2019
  • Self-monitoring (category Behavior)direct intervention. This collateral behavior change allows teachers and parents to address multiple behaviors with one efficient intervention. The five26 KB (3,730 words) – 14:19, 22 May 2019
  • Rare (conservation organization)threats faced by the environment are the result of human behavior, and that changing human behavior requires appealing to people using both rational and emotional10 KB (958 words) – 05:47, 19 December 2019
  • Escalation of commitmentand mental accounting. Escalation of commitment can many times cause behavior change by means of locking into resources. One of the first examples of escalation33 KB (4,348 words) – 04:16, 26 December 2019
  • Psychological manipulation (redirect from Manipulative behavior)Psychological manipulation is a type of social influence that aims to change the behavior or perception of others through indirect, deceptive, or underhanded30 KB (3,666 words) – 19:44, 25 January 2020
  • Evolutionary archaeologyperspective: evolutionary archaeology and behavioral (or evolutionary) ecology. The former assumes that cultural change observed in the archaeological record24 KB (3,236 words) – 18:56, 30 September 2019
  • Sustainability and systemic change resistanceclimate change problem. Something within the human system is preventing change to a sustainable mode of behavior. That system trait is systemic change resistance27 KB (3,767 words) – 19:41, 3 November 2019
  • Microgenetic designsystem—human or otherwise—whose behavior changes over time, and where it may be useful or important to analyze the details of these changes. The term "microgenetic"2 KB (210 words) – 13:38, 20 May 2017
  • OntogenyTinbergen emphasized that the change of behavioral machinery during development was distinct from the change in behavior during development. "We can conclude8 KB (875 words) – 22:35, 16 December 2019
  • Methods of neuro-linguistic programmingtheir own behavior in order to reproduce it in areas where they are less successful or 'model' another person to effect belief and behavior changes to improve31 KB (4,019 words) – 11:22, 18 December 2019
  • Indecent behaviorIndecent behavior may refer to: Indecent exposure Lascivious behavior98 bytes (9 words) – 09:25, 10 April 2017
  • Animal behavior consultantbehavior consultants are usually employed to identify the cause of a behavior problem, to develop an intervention plan to change the problem behavior18 KB (1,883 words) – 20:58, 27 June 2019
  • Relapse preventionin the process of behavior change. An initial setback or lapse may translate into either a return to the previous problematic behavior, known as relapse5 KB (604 words) – 14:14, 20 October 2019
  • Development communication (section Catholic social change)social change via sustainable development. Development communication techniques include information dissemination and education, behavior change, social309 KB (41,194 words) – 01:49, 15 December 2019
  • Law of effectimportant in behavior change and control since psychology emerged as a discipline. One of the first principles associated with learning and behavior was the10 KB (1,438 words) – 09:33, 19 September 2019
  • Learninggiven behaviorchange the frequency and/or form of that behavior. Stimulus present when the behavior/consequence occurs come to control these behavior modifications62 KB (7,857 words) – 09:10, 12 January 2020
  • Tipping point (sociology) (category Behavior modification)time when a group—or many group members—rapidly and dramatically changes its behavior by widely adopting a previously rare practice. The phrase was first6 KB (655 words) – 03:51, 12 October 2019
  • Alternative movementseeks limited societal change. They target a small group of people and a specific behavior, and attempt to change the behavior of individual people in2 KB (198 words) – 15:06, 2 April 2019
  • Cognitive therapydifferent emotional or behavioral reactions. Change may begin by targeting thoughts (to change emotion and behavior), behavior (to change feelings and thoughts)25 KB (3,076 words) – 22:49, 7 December 2019
  • Personality changesalso changes through life stages. This may be due to physiological changes associated with development but also experiences that impact behavior. Adolescence23 KB (2,922 words) – 02:41, 5 February 2019
  • Bluehead wrasse (section Behavior)bars, and these color changes appear to correspond to behavioral changes. Large females and some males can permanently change coloration and/or sex and21 KB (2,594 words) – 23:18, 21 December 2019
  • Behavioral health outcomes managementpeople who are going through the process of guided self-discovery and behavioral change to wonder whether therapy is helping. Tracking progress with repeated22 KB (3,099 words) – 19:14, 5 June 2019
  • Travel behaviortheir travel? Where changes in travel behavior would be beneficial to society, how might those changes be promoted? Other behavioral aspects of traveling11 KB (1,357 words) – 15:42, 22 December 2019
  • Therapeutic relationshipprocess-outcome research: Continuity and change. In M. J. Lambert (Ed.) Handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change (5th Ed.). New York: John Wiley & Sons7 KB (1,004 words) – 17:21, 24 January 2020
  • TrustmarkFortune 500 companies), and health plans. HealthFitness focuses on behavior change to generate measurable results. 1913: Trustmark was founded. 2018 :4 KB (315 words) – 20:17, 3 January 2020
  • Barangay Health VolunteersPhilippines shows how community trust of the BHV is vital to the success of behavior change programs. In 2010, the number of dengue cases in the Philippines rose9 KB (1,047 words) – 17:51, 12 October 2019
  • Russell Poldrack (section Science of Behavior Change)the public for further analysis Poldrack is a part of the Science of Behavior Change (SOBC) network. His research uses brain imaging to understand the brain15 KB (1,765 words) – 20:59, 28 October 2019
  • Climate change denialthe behavior of those involved in political attempts to undermine climate science. They said "Not all individuals who call themselves climate change skeptics172 KB (20,204 words) – 23:47, 28 January 2020
  • Organizational citizenship behaviorIn industrial and organizational psychology, organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) is a person's voluntary commitment within an organization or company30 KB (4,271 words) – 20:04, 29 December 2019
  • Symbolic behaviorSymbolic behavior is "a person's capacity to respond to or use a system of significant symbols" (Faules & Alexander, 1978, p. 5). The symbolic behavior perspective18 KB (2,358 words) – 16:07, 27 January 2020
  • Menstrual cycle (section Mood and behavior)Archives of Sexual Behavior. 12 January 2008;37(1):78–84. en. doi:10.1007/s10508-007-9268-y. PMID 18193349. Do women's mate preferences change across the ovulatory81 KB (8,795 words) – 11:03, 29 January 2020
  • Sean Young (psychologist)human behavioral change. He is known for work on a range of issues related to technology, including how to implement social media in behavioral change interventions20 KB (1,797 words) – 19:24, 24 December 2019
  • Theories of political behaviorTheories of political behavior, as an aspect of political science, attempt to quantify and explain the influences that define a person's political views16 KB (1,727 words) – 04:45, 24 January 2020
  • Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programssave lives through programs such as knowledge management, social and behavior change communication, training and capacity building, strategic advocacy,14 KB (1,375 words) – 11:00, 30 September 2019
  • Non-reproductive sexual behavior in animalsNon-reproductive sexual behavior consists of sexual activities animals participate in that do not lead to the reproduction of the species. Although procreation55 KB (6,252 words) – 17:27, 24 January 2020
  • Spring feverSpring fever is any of a number of mood, physical, or behavioral changes, which may be experienced coinciding with the arrival of spring, particularly2 KB (202 words) – 10:04, 30 September 2019
  • EEEE, Ee or ee may refer to: Entertainment-Education, a Social and Behavior Change Communication strategy pioneered by Miguel Sabido EastEnders, a British4 KB (451 words) – 20:15, 22 July 2019
  • Theory of reasoned action (section Behavior)their pre-existing attitudes and behavioral intentions. An individual's decision to engage in a particular behavior is based on the outcomes the individual44 KB (5,949 words) – 13:06, 22 December 2019
  • Dolores Albarracin (section Behavior, attitudes, affects and persuasion)Pennsylvania. She is the author/editor of two books, Prediction and Change of Health Behavior: Applying the Theory of Reasoned Action Approach and The Handbook14 KB (1,570 words) – 05:30, 20 July 2019
  • Animal sexual behaviour (redirect from Animal sexual behavior)Animal sexual behavior takes many different forms, including within the same species. Common mating or reproductively motivated systems include monogamy116 KB (12,839 words) – 17:31, 6 January 2020
  • Aversives (category Behavioral concepts)induce changes in behavior via negative reinforcement or positive punishment. By applying an aversive immediately before or after a behavior the likelihood8 KB (866 words) – 04:10, 13 September 2019
  • Laszlo Bockdifferent industries. Their main objective of the company is to employ Behavioral Change Technology in ensuring that employees are happier in their jobs. The7 KB (615 words) – 20:18, 24 September 2019
  • Marshall GoldsmithCreating Behavior That Lasts–Becoming the Person You Want to Be. Marshall Goldsmith and Mark Reiter. Crown (2015). Change Your Questions, Change Your Life:9 KB (757 words) – 00:13, 23 November 2019
  • Species-typical behaviorspecies-typical behavior is based on the premise that certain behavioral similarities are shared by almost all members of a species. Some of these behaviors are unique23 KB (3,003 words) – 17:19, 10 December 2019
  • Behavioral addictionBehavioral addiction is a form of addiction that involves a compulsion to engage in a rewarding non-substance-related behavior – sometimes called a natural26 KB (3,183 words) – 16:03, 22 January 2020
  • Behavior (disambiguation)Behavior, or behaviour, is the way a person or animal acts and reacts. Behavior or behaviour may also refer to: Behaviour (journal), a scientific journal822 bytes (90 words) – 15:57, 11 December 2018
  • Tivity HealthIn 2009 Healthways acquired HealthHonors, a behavior economics company that specializes in behavior change science and use of incentives. In 2010, Blue8 KB (625 words) – 19:31, 11 January 2020
  • Jonathan Rowsonand Commerce (RSA), he authored numerous research reports on behavior change, climate change, and spirituality. He made his Scotland debut for the national8 KB (799 words) – 19:44, 16 January 2020
  • DISC assessmentfor Internal Change. Center for Internal Change. Retrieved 19 March 2019. Beamish, G. (2005). How chief executives learn and what behavior factors distinguish5 KB (593 words) – 15:29, 5 January 2020
  • Self-care (section Self-care management behaviors)promoting motivation to initiate and maintain behavior change. The health coach facilitates behavior change by emphasizing personal goals, life experiences57 KB (7,187 words) – 15:40, 16 December 2019
  • Good behaviour (redirect from Good behavior).. behavior, or compounds incorporating them) may refer to: Good behavior or good conduct time, penal system and legal terminology Good Behavior Game1 KB (115 words) – 03:07, 25 January 2020
  • Homosexuality (redirect from Homosexual behavior)Homosexuality is romantic attraction, sexual attraction, or sexual behavior between members of the same sex or gender. As a sexual orientation, homosexuality177 KB (18,048 words) – 13:59, 28 January 2020
  • Altercastingaltercasting has been shown to have massive effects on behavior change. If behavior is changing, a link to psychological diseases like schizophrenia or8 KB (1,014 words) – 11:56, 3 October 2019
  • Language expectancy theory (category Behavioral concepts)a behavior change in favor of the persuasive message while a breaking expectations negatively results in no change or an opposite behavior change. 412 KB (1,646 words) – 17:13, 24 September 2019
  • Integrative behavioral couples therapyBehavioral marital therapy, sometimes called behavioral couples therapy, has its origins in behaviorism and is a form of behavior therapy. The theory18 KB (2,594 words) – 02:21, 2 October 2019
  • Christine Comaforda journey to leverage neuroscience-based tools in order to promote behavior change and begin understanding what all humans need (and how you can provide12 KB (1,166 words) – 11:53, 8 November 2019
  • Population Services Internationalmarkets, PSI provides life-saving products, clinical services and behavior change communications that empower the world's most vulnerable populations8 KB (665 words) – 22:51, 8 October 2019
  • Dodo bird verdictof health behavior change research: What is needed to improve translation of research into health promotion practice?", Annals of Behavioral Medicine,42 KB (4,808 words) – 14:28, 17 December 2019
  • Karina W. DavidsonBehavioral Cardiovascular Health Science of Behavior Change Research Network NIH Common Fund- Science of Behavior Change Overview Science of Behavior11 KB (1,394 words) – 15:09, 21 January 2020
  • Health risk assessmenteffect on health behavior change and health status. However, it is generally accepted that HRAs are most effective at promoting behavior change when they form21 KB (2,338 words) – 11:14, 17 December 2019
  • Communications trainingHealthcare Settings. In: The Oxford handbook of health communication, behavior change, and treatment adherence. p. 109-135, Oxford: Oxford University Press5 KB (707 words) – 08:41, 5 January 2020
  • Social learning theory (section Creating social change with media)reinforcement for components of behavior, and gradual change. Rotter's theory proposed that the likelihood of a behavior occurring was a function of the34 KB (4,372 words) – 18:19, 18 December 2019
  • Cognitive restructuringtreatment guide to using mindfulness, acceptance, and values-based behavior change strategies. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger. "A component analysis of CBT14 KB (1,378 words) – 10:40, 13 December 2019
  • Persuasion (category Attitude change)beliefs, attitudes, intentions, motivations, or behaviors. In business, persuasion is a process aimed at changing a person's (or a group's) attitude or behaviour39 KB (5,153 words) – 16:14, 18 January 2020
  • Michael J. LambertBrigham Young University (BYU) who specializes in mood measuring and behavior change. Lambert has authored or co-authored several books on methodology for2 KB (174 words) – 00:00, 28 January 2018
  • Iowa Department of Correctionsand other requirements of best practice in the areas of offender behavior change. Enhancement of policies and practices to improve pre-release planning9 KB (456 words) – 19:17, 24 January 2020
  • Aggregate behaviorIn economics, Aggregate behavior refers to economy-wide sums of individual behavior. It involves relationships between economic aggregates such as national9 KB (1,014 words) – 01:19, 28 September 2019
  • Population Media CenterThe methodology has been scientifically shown to lead to at-scale behavior change in many countries where it has been implemented, and was spread widely4 KB (319 words) – 19:38, 3 June 2019
  • Attitude-behavior consistencyAttitude-behavior consistency is when a person's attitude is consistent with their behavior. This is not true in many cases. The fact that people often9 KB (1,091 words) – 12:43, 11 November 2019
  • John C. Norcrossclinical psychologist, and board-certified specialist in psychotherapy, behavior change, and self-help. He is Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the12 KB (1,180 words) – 07:15, 4 December 2019
  • Coping Cat (category Cognitive behavioral therapy)"Cognitive and cognitive-behavioral therapies". In Lambert MJ (ed.). Bergin and Garfield's Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change (6th ed.). Mahwah,10 KB (1,391 words) – 13:45, 15 October 2019
  • Licensed behavior analystscientific foundation for applied behavior analysis (ABA), which is both an applied science that develops methods of changing behavior and a profession that provides14 KB (1,740 words) – 12:36, 24 September 2019
  • Consumer behaviour (redirect from Customer behavior)White also outlines some consumer behavior strategies from various expert economists around the world.   With the change of people's life concept, consumers'139 KB (18,630 words) – 23:52, 27 January 2020
  • Interpersonal adaptation theory& Green (1982) – predicts discrepancies from expected behavior patterns produce arousal change Approach & avoidance models: reciprocity and compensation18 KB (2,338 words) – 01:50, 1 November 2019
  • Time-out (parenting)who Changed Childhood") by Arthur W. Staats in his extended work with his daughter (and later son), and was part of a long-term program of behavioral analysis18 KB (2,485 words) – 07:24, 14 January 2020
  • Anti-social behaviour (redirect from Anti-social behavior)"Efficacy of Child Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Antisocial Behavior: A Meta-Analysis". Child & Family Behavior Therapy. 22 (1): 1–15. doi:1044 KB (4,674 words) – 10:11, 25 January 2020
  • Rational living therapy (category Cognitive behavioral therapy)doing so the therapy takes on a deeper role leading to more long term behavioral change. An optional component termed rational hypnotherapy is also utilized3 KB (325 words) – 11:16, 29 October 2018
  • Hypersexuality (redirect from Hypersexual behavior)risk for aggressive behavior and other behavioral problems including personality changes and socially inappropriate sexual behavior such as hypersexuality31 KB (3,070 words) – 21:52, 3 January 2020
  • Subacute sclerosing panencephalitisperiod, progressive neurological deterioration occurs, characterized by behavior change, intellectual problems, myoclonic seizures, blindness, ataxia, and10 KB (1,054 words) – 22:20, 12 December 2019
  • Deviance regulation theoryat the University of Albany in 2003 and has various applications in behavior change including alcohol interventions, inducing creativity, and other uses11 KB (1,475 words) – 21:45, 15 February 2019
  • Bad Behaviour (redirect from Bad Behavior)pathological phenomenon; properties atypically bad or counterintuitive Bad Behavior 1988 book debut by American writer Mary Gaitskill Bad Behaviour (1993 film)648 bytes (59 words) – 22:48, 5 October 2017
  • Jeffrey M. SchwartzToday. Retrieved 30 August 2014. Olson, Tom (June 2003). "Buddhism, Behavior Change, and OCD". Journal of Holistic Nursing. 21 (2): 151–162. doi:108 KB (610 words) – 14:30, 8 August 2019
  • Psychographic segmentationand priorities to explain and predict consumer behavior. Developed in the 1970´s, it applies behavioral and social sciences to explore to understand consumers'16 KB (1,697 words) – 08:14, 11 January 2020
  • Nucleus accumbens (section Maternal behavior)many of these molecular changes identified are now directly linked to the structural, physiological and behavioral changes observed following chronic80 KB (9,706 words) – 13:16, 12 January 2020
  • Cognitive interventioncognitive processes and structures. The cognitive intervention forces behavioral change. Counselors adopt different technique level to suit the characteristic2 KB (255 words) – 09:25, 16 October 2019
  • Phineas Gage (section Mental changes and brain damage)scientific ones) have almost always severely exaggerated and distorted his behavioral changes, frequently contradicting the known facts. A report of Gage's physical139 KB (13,500 words) – 14:09, 28 January 2020
  • Contingency management (category Behavior therapy)stimulus control and consequences to change behavior, and originally derived from the science of applied behavior analysis (ABA), but it is sometimes implemented10 KB (1,340 words) – 00:20, 13 December 2019
  • Ovulatory shift hypothesis (section Changes in cognition and behavior across the ovulatory cycle)idea that women experience evolutionarily adaptive changes in subconscious thoughts and behaviors related to mating across the ovulatory cycle. In simple68 KB (8,077 words) – 05:31, 24 January 2020
  • Psychology of religious conversionirrational transformation leading to a shift in self and belief, with behavior change to follow. For sudden converts conversion is not a back and forth drawn9 KB (1,172 words) – 20:28, 30 April 2019
  • Structural fix (redirect from Systemic change)structural changes that change the underlying structures that provoked or sustain these problems. According to Heberlein such changes modify human behavior by3 KB (286 words) – 10:51, 26 December 2019
  • Cognitive dissonance (category Attitude change)to reduce the cognitive dissonance. They tend to make changes to justify the stressful behavior, either by adding new parts to the cognition causing the91 KB (10,777 words) – 13:01, 21 January 2020
  • Climate change and agriculturemassive amounts of mutations, and indirectly through changed pollinator behavior, though such changes are not simple to quantify. However, it has not yet124 KB (13,931 words) – 19:57, 25 January 2020
  • Niche pickingdevelopmental behavioral plasticity is the change in a gene's expressed phenotype as a result of a change in environment. Expressed behaviors reflect the9 KB (1,218 words) – 09:02, 11 October 2019
  • Neanderthal behaviorwestern Europe, and demonstrate Neanderthals were capable of symbolic behavior. The Cave of Los Aviones in Spain has yielded ochred and perforated marine46 KB (5,224 words) – 12:10, 10 January 2020
  • Fooyaemerging technology, during the 2018 International Summit on Social and Behavior Change Communication by Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public9 KB (677 words) – 11:35, 18 December 2019
  • Emily Osteranalysis to the question of why African men have been slow to change their sexual behavior. Oster's work on television and female empowerment in India was15 KB (1,250 words) – 21:13, 27 January 2020
  • Neuro-linguistic programming(neuro-), language (linguistic) and behavioral patterns learned through experience (programming), and that these can be changed to achieve specific goals in97 KB (11,075 words) – 18:26, 6 January 2020
  • Abraham Tesserchange usually in a more extreme direction (polarization). Such changes seem to depend on the presence of cognitive schemas. Attitudes and Behavior.7 KB (854 words) – 16:19, 11 October 2019
  • Work motivation (section Behavioral approach to motivation)execute a behavior Expectations, or anticipation of outcomes of a behavior Expectancies, or giving values to the outcome of behavior change Self-control53 KB (7,478 words) – 07:10, 4 December 2019
  • PlaynormousPlaynormous was an online community of monster-themed games designed to change health behaviors in children and their parents. The games were developed in consultation7 KB (830 words) – 10:15, 24 October 2019
  • Screening, brief intervention and referral to treatmentawareness regarding substance use and instills motivation towards behavioral change. Originally, the brief intervention utilized brief advice approaches13 KB (1,623 words) – 18:23, 23 January 2020
  • Punishmentthe group formation.[citation needed] The authors stress that this behavior change happened too fast to be a genetic characteristic in the octopuses,38 KB (4,796 words) – 23:09, 22 January 2020
  • Heisenbugtraditional term is probe effect, where attaching a test probe to a device changes its behavior. Similar terms, such as bohrbug, mandelbug, hindenbug, and schrödinbug12 KB (1,322 words) – 11:57, 4 December 2019
  • Opinion leadership (category Attitude change)T. (2007). "Identifying Opinion Leaders to Promote Behavior Change". Health Education Behavior 34(6), pp. 881–896 Eric Johnson, SVP – General Manager10 KB (1,203 words) – 15:48, 26 December 2019
  • Thrive (website)measurable behavior change ("average credit score increase of 50 points in 6 months"), and to be deliberately designed around behavior change (as compared8 KB (812 words) – 00:03, 24 January 2020
  • Child abusecognitive emotive, and behavioral) and are intended to provide abused children and their adoptive parents with positive behavior change, corrective interpersonal179 KB (19,204 words) – 12:22, 29 January 2020
  • Pheromoneor cytokine mediated physiological changes, inflammatory signaling, immune system changes and/or behavioral change in the recipient. They proposed the48 KB (5,691 words) – 10:30, 31 December 2019
  • MetacognitionI must change my lifestyle". These individuals would not likely change their behavior compared to someone that thinks positively about the same issue55 KB (6,945 words) – 19:47, 25 January 2020
  • Parent management training (redirect from Behavioral parent training)known as behavioral parent training (BPT) or simply parent training, is a family of treatment programs that aims to change parenting behaviors, teaching26 KB (3,317 words) – 21:30, 2 December 2019
  • Self-compassion (section Pro-social behavior)emotional dysregulation. Acceptance and commitment therapy utilizes behavior change process, mindfulness and acceptance process. ACT, involves non-judgmental43 KB (5,281 words) – 22:05, 15 December 2019
  • Sexual contentcontent is material depicting sexual behavior. The sexual behavior involved may be explicit, implicit sexual behavior such as flirting, or include sexual3 KB (272 words) – 21:40, 31 January 2019
  • Transparency (behavior)change after a point of sale transaction by offering a record of the items purchased (e.g., a receipt) as well as counting out the customer's change on23 KB (2,438 words) – 07:35, 25 September 2019
  • Psychological aspects of childhood obesity (section Psychological and behavioral methods)1177/0272431612441068. Martin, J.; Chater, A.; Lorencatto, F. (2013). "Effective Behavior Change Techniques in the Prevention and Management of Childhood Obesity".25 KB (2,950 words) – 12:43, 6 December 2019
  • Health communicationissue influence behaviors and attitudes towards a health issue demonstrate healthy practices demonstrate the benefits of behavior changes to public health43 KB (5,015 words) – 03:44, 11 January 2020
  • Problematic smartphone use (section Behavioral)Turkle. Her work cites connectivity as an important trigger of social behavior change regarding communication; therefore, this adaptation of communicating61 KB (7,637 words) – 22:02, 28 January 2020
  • Mutable signassisting others through transitions. On the other hand, their dualistic behavior, they can often be inconsistent, uncommitted and come off as unreliable1 KB (154 words) – 05:59, 29 October 2019
  • Executive functions (redirect from Cognitive control of behavior)that are necessary for the cognitive control of behavior: selecting and successfully monitoring behaviors that facilitate the attainment of chosen goals85 KB (10,288 words) – 05:51, 22 January 2020
  • Tamara Shergrant is part of Sher's work with the National Institute of Health's Behavior Change Consortium. Sher's research has been mentioned in the Chicago Tribune21 KB (2,028 words) – 06:12, 27 January 2020
  • Exogenous and endogenous variables (redirect from Endogenous change)determined outside the model and is imposed on the model, and an exogenous change is a change in an exogenous variable. In contrast, an endogenous variable is a4 KB (436 words) – 05:49, 12 September 2019
  • Phase transition (redirect from Change of state)organisms share two key properties of phase transitions: the change of macroscopic behavior and the coherence of a system at a critical point. In groups43 KB (5,259 words) – 15:21, 26 January 2020
  • Behavioral systems analysisBehavioral systems analysis (BSA), or performance systems analysis, applies behavior analysis and systems analysis to human performance in organizations3 KB (365 words) – 00:17, 9 December 2019
  • Epigenetics of cocaine addiction (section Changes in critical H3K9me3 modifications)altered by chronic cocaine use. Addictive behavior observed from long-term cocaine users can be due to changes of the gene expression profiles in the brain's28 KB (3,868 words) – 17:40, 14 December 2019
  • Affiliative conflict theory (section Basic concept of nonverbal behavior)the introduction of arousal or discomfort as a primary indicator of behavioral changes, and attention to compensation as one major interaction pattern in21 KB (2,931 words) – 12:27, 9 November 2019
  • Diffusion of innovationssimilarities lead to greater knowledge gain as well as attitude or behavior change. As a result, homophilous people tend to promote diffusion among each61 KB (6,751 words) – 13:57, 1 December 2019
  • Ron Friedmantelevision and film producer and writer Ron Friedman (author) (born 1977), psychologist and behavior change expert Ron J. Friedman, American screenwriter276 bytes (32 words) – 23:27, 29 December 2019
  • Sustainable diet (section Motivation for Awareness of the Link Between Food consumption and Climate Change)by individuals. Those who desire to act on climate change in a positive manner view behavior change outside of food consumption as more desirable and an24 KB (3,333 words) – 03:12, 29 January 2020
  • Queen mandibular pheromoneelicits behavioral changes in remaining workers, preventing the rearing of new queens, and preventing ovary development. Behavioral changes in the workers4 KB (618 words) – 04:39, 18 December 2019
  • Montelukast (category Drugboxes which contain changes to watched fields)malaise, behavioral changes, paresthesias and seizures, muscle cramps, and nose bleeds. Rare but serious side effects include behavioral changes (including15 KB (1,316 words) – 23:53, 24 January 2020
  • Trainingbehavioral change occurs as the result of experience Microtraining Physical education Practice (learning method) – The act of rehearsing a behavior repeatedly;13 KB (1,563 words) – 21:00, 2 January 2020
  • Toxoplasmosis (section Climate change)disease burdens, neural alterations, and subtle gender-dependent behavioral changes in immunocompetent humans. While rare, skin lesions may occur in the121 KB (13,267 words) – 12:25, 1 January 2020
  • Counseling psychologywhat outcomes are considered effective—such as symptom reduction, behavior change, or quality of life improvement. Topics commonly explored in the study34 KB (4,441 words) – 16:45, 27 November 2019
  • Social translucencereport to users can be used for the design of systems for supporting behavior change (e.g. weight loss, smoking cessation), if combined with the appropriate10 KB (1,324 words) – 03:32, 19 February 2019
  • Change-of-shift reportIn healthcare, a change-of-shift report is a meeting between healthcare providers at the change of shift in which vital information about and responsibility7 KB (870 words) – 18:34, 23 September 2019
  • Aplysia gill and siphon withdrawal reflexchange of the behavior of an animal due to an experience from specific kinds of stimuli. In contrast to associative learning the behavioral change is6 KB (789 words) – 04:12, 15 January 2019
  • Abstinence, be faithful, use a condomHIV/AIDS infection rates and a push towards sexual behavior change. This shift in sexual behavior began in the mid 1980s, when AIDS was a global disease26 KB (3,303 words) – 09:12, 13 January 2020
  • Action researchneed to changeChanging: The situation is diagnosed and new models of behavior are explored and tested. Refreezing: Application of new behavior is evaluated33 KB (4,195 words) – 01:54, 20 January 2020
  • Psychological effects of method acting"manifests itself by sudden interruptions of behaviorchanges in behavior or by persistence of [character's] behavior.". "Control precedence" by emotions is10 KB (1,282 words) – 22:16, 8 January 2020
  • Moniliformis moniliformis (section Behavioral changes in the intermediate host)induces a behavioral change in its intermediate host that increases the risk of predation for the host. It is thought that this behavioral change holds an10 KB (1,208 words) – 10:59, 13 January 2020
  • Social behavior in educationSocial behaviors present themselves in a variety of ways. Especially in those in the education system. Social behavior is behavior that occurs among two3 KB (329 words) – 05:05, 24 August 2016
  • Horse behaviorHorse behavior is best understood from the view that horses are prey animals with a well-developed fight-or-flight response. Their first reaction to a39 KB (5,006 words) – 03:47, 17 January 2020
  • Food desert (section Behavior and social and cultural barriers)"simply building new food retail stores may not be sufficient to promote behavior change related to diet." Studies like these showed that living close to a85 KB (10,607 words) – 03:28, 25 January 2020
  • John Marshall RobertsSimple Findings (''Sustainable Life Media'', July 2010) The Secret to Behavior Change (''TriplePundit'', April 2011) 5 Proven Strategies for Inspiring Employee7 KB (674 words) – 00:42, 12 December 2019
  • Pornography addiction (category Behavioral addiction)of Addiction Medicine, some psychological and behavioral changes characteristic of addiction brain changes include addictive cravings, impulsiveness, weakened32 KB (4,029 words) – 15:35, 31 December 2019
  • Toxoplasma gondii (section Behavioral differences of infected hosts)or pathological behavioral alterations in humans, though it has been shown recently that the association between behavioural changes and infection with70 KB (8,148 words) – 12:58, 29 January 2020
  • Role (section The theory of planned behavior)in a social situation. It is an expected or free or continuously changing behavior and may have a given individual social status or social position.20 KB (2,535 words) – 22:22, 4 December 2019
  • Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive FunctionThe Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF) is an assessment of executive function behaviors at home and at school for children and adolescents12 KB (1,527 words) – 23:15, 15 November 2019
  • Sexual assaultprograms. At least one program for fraternity men produced "sustained behavioral change". At least one study showed that creative campaigns with attention92 KB (11,201 words) – 00:19, 23 December 2019
  • Albert Banduratheory, models are an important source for learning new behaviors and for achieving behavioral change in institutionalized settings. Social learning theory28 KB (3,159 words) – 14:16, 16 January 2020
  • Kinsey Reports (redirect from Sexual Behavior in the Human Female)are two scholarly books on human sexual behavior, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953), written by Alfred23 KB (2,690 words) – 00:38, 29 December 2019
  • Gabriele Oettingenaspects of one's obstacles or current situation, Oettingen has created behavior change interventions, many of which integrate implementation intentions, a13 KB (1,148 words) – 13:27, 23 December 2019
  • List of digital therapeutics companiesutilizes digital and Internet-based health technologies to make behavioral and lifestyle changes in patients. Digital therapeutics is a relatively new discipline15 KB (1,765 words) – 21:02, 9 January 2020
  • Economic epidemiologydisinhibition, which suggests that individuals change their behavior as the prevalence of a disease changes. However, economic epidemiology also encompasses16 KB (1,977 words) – 13:23, 27 September 2019
  • DiMassimo Goldsteinfocus is "behavior change marketing," which entails working with clients whose products or services are chiefly focused on helping customers change their8 KB (856 words) – 10:22, 18 October 2019
  • Fearperceived danger or threat, which causes physiological changes and ultimately behavioral changes, such as fleeing, hiding, or freezing from perceived traumatic81 KB (10,161 words) – 09:02, 26 January 2020
  • Behavioral syndromeIn behavioral ecology, a behavioral syndrome is a correlated suite of behavioral traits, often (but not always) measured across multiple contexts. The10 KB (1,338 words) – 19:26, 17 January 2019
  • Jay EarleySelf-Therapy Journey, a web application for psychological healing and behavior change.[citation needed] Earley, Jay (1968). An Efficient Context-Free Parsing1 KB (102 words) – 02:04, 28 February 2019
  • Clinical behavior analysisClinical behavior analysis (CBA; also called clinical behaviour analysis or third-generation behavior therapy) is the clinical application of behavior analysis11 KB (1,174 words) – 03:17, 29 January 2020
  • SBCCSBCC may refer to: Communication Social and Behavior Change Communication Construction State Building Code Council, Washington State Geography Santa Barbara615 bytes (46 words) – 12:12, 20 April 2018
  • Giraffe (redirect from Sexual behavior of giraffes)Giraffa tippelskirchi. Lake Eyasi, NW Tanzania. Estes, R. (1992). The Behavior Guide to African Mammals: including Hoofed Mammals, Carnivores, Primates100 KB (10,250 words) – 10:06, 12 January 2020
  • Yale Program on Climate Change Communicationconducts scientific research on public climate change knowledge, attitudes, policy preferences, and behavior at the global, national, and local scales. It6 KB (650 words) – 08:56, 4 December 2019
  • Binge eating disorderquality of life and commonly experience social difficulties. Early behavior change is an accurate prediction of remission of symptoms later. Individuals31 KB (3,515 words) – 22:17, 26 December 2019
  • Medical College Admission Test (section Psychological, Social and Biological Functions of Behavior)understanding of the behavioral and sociocultural determinants of health. Specific material tested include behavior and behavior change, perceptions of self37 KB (3,954 words) – 23:06, 28 December 2019
  • Substance abusemotivational interviewing interventions for adolescent substance use behavior change: A meta-analytic review". Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology78 KB (8,367 words) – 15:48, 24 January 2020
  • Tal Ben-Shaharscience of behavioral change to organisations, schools and sports organisations globally. Ben-Shahar received his PhD in Organizational Behavior from Harvard8 KB (975 words) – 06:03, 3 October 2019
  • Allen Berginpsychotherapy and behavior change 3rd edition. New York: Wiley. Bergin, A.E., & Garfield, S.L. (1994). Handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change 4th edition10 KB (1,159 words) – 20:36, 12 December 2019
  • Internet addiction disorder (category Behavioral addiction)therapy is a directive, patient-centered counseling style for eliciting behavior change through helping patients explore and resolve ambivalence with a respectful82 KB (9,646 words) – 18:10, 25 January 2020
  • Behavioral geographyBehavioral geography is an approach to human geography that examines human behavior using a disaggregate approach. Behavioral geographers focus on the16 KB (1,926 words) – 14:22, 21 December 2019
  • Social norm (redirect from Behavioral norms)encourage more turnout. Norms also can be changed contingent on the observed behavior of others (how much behavior is exhibited). Social norms can be thought44 KB (5,709 words) – 16:03, 13 December 2019
  • Role-playingplay. There are also experiments that found role-playing resulted in behavioral change such as the case of smokers who reported negative attitude towards8 KB (1,033 words) – 21:17, 10 January 2020
  • Situational sexual behaviorsex if a same-sex relationship seems unfeasible. Some people change their sexual behavior depending on the situation or at different points in their life7 KB (761 words) – 06:52, 28 January 2020
  • Expectancy theoryspecific behavior over others due to what they expect the result of that selected behavior will be. In essence, the motivation of the behavior selection22 KB (2,922 words) – 23:45, 12 December 2019
  • Sexual orientation (section Definitions and distinguishing from sexual identity and behavior)orientation change efforts are methods that aim to change a same-sex sexual orientation. They may include behavioral techniques, cognitive behavioral therapy121 KB (14,319 words) – 05:59, 28 January 2020
  • HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwetalk about HIV status or sexual relations also create barriers to behavior change. However, the tide in the epidemic is now being reversed as more and4 KB (600 words) – 09:09, 6 January 2020
  • Nicotine withdrawalsuch as increased exercise, can also reduce nicotine withdrawal. Many behavior changes such as avoiding situations where one usually smoked, planning ahead8 KB (828 words) – 17:29, 25 January 2020
  • Michelle Segarmarketing, persuasion, goal pursuit, positive psychology, organizational changebehavioral economics, culture and socialization to understand and leverage the13 KB (1,201 words) – 06:05, 7 December 2019
  • Jay Blahnikexercise and fitness issues as well as digital health and consumer behavior change, Blahnik has been a fitness expert for MSNBC.com and the Los Angeles5 KB (574 words) – 03:41, 17 November 2019
  • CLTStransnational law Community-led total sanitation, an approach to achieve sustained behavior change leading to abandonment of open defecation practices382 bytes (50 words) – 16:34, 22 July 2016
  • Systems theoryor emergent behaviorChanging one part of a system may affect other parts or the whole system. It may be possible to predict these changes in patterns42 KB (5,118 words) – 16:27, 15 January 2020
  • Administrative BehaviorAdministrative Behavior: a Study of Decision-Making Processes in Administrative Organization is a book written by Herbert A. Simon (1916–2001). It asserts47 KB (4,961 words) – 16:06, 17 December 2019
  • Chaos theory (redirect from Chaotic behavior)Thus, an arbitrarily small change or perturbation of the current trajectory may lead to significantly different future behavior. Sensitivity to initial conditions97 KB (11,323 words) – 00:11, 25 January 2020
  • Biological applications of bifurcation theorycan cause a bifurcation or qualitative change in the behavior of the system. The ability to make dramatic change in system output is often essential to19 KB (2,562 words) – 01:27, 13 December 2019
  • Society of Behavioral MedicineSociety of Behavioral Medicine (abbreviated SBM) is an American nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting research in the field of behavioral medicine5 KB (214 words) – 00:49, 10 November 2019
  • Maniapolymorphisms have been linked to bipolar in population studies, and behavioral changes induced by knockout are reversed by lithium treatment. Metabotropic41 KB (4,908 words) – 23:51, 17 December 2019
  • Subliminal stimulieffectiveness of subliminal cues in changing consumption behavior, citing environmental cues as a main culprit of behavior change. Authors who support this line33 KB (4,019 words) – 23:25, 20 January 2020
  • Entomophobiato behavioral changes: the person with entomophobia will avoid situations where they may encounter the specific type of insect. Cognitive behavioral therapy2 KB (265 words) – 09:18, 4 November 2019
  • Gesell's Maturational Theorybrain. As the nervous system grows, their minds develop and their behaviors change accordingly. Gesell observed that maturational development always unfolds13 KB (1,654 words) – 20:22, 17 September 2019
  • Prostitution in Californiaunderstanding of the commercial sex industry that would empower sustained behavior change for a diverse set of individuals … The FOPP model educates consumers8 KB (942 words) – 13:37, 10 July 2019
  • Bubble-net feeding (category Eating behaviors)complex feeding behavior engaged in by humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) and Bryde's whales. It is one of the few surface feeding behaviors that humpback12 KB (1,603 words) – 23:56, 24 October 2019
  • E. Scott GellerEnvironment: New Strategies for Behavior Change. ES Geller, RA Winett, PB Everett. Oxford, UK: Pergamon Press, 1982. Applied behavior analysis and social marketing:4 KB (437 words) – 15:39, 28 December 2018
  • QuitlineQuitline is a telephone helpline offering treatment for addiction and behavior change/issues. Presently most quitlines treat tobacco or alcohol addiction7 KB (765 words) – 23:37, 13 December 2019
  • Kansas City preventive patrol experimentcrime and attendant behavior change as a result of differing patrol levels? Would their degree of satisfaction with police change? The design took three4 KB (479 words) – 18:22, 6 October 2019
  • Functional contextualismis most actively developed in behavioral science in general and the field of behavior analysis and contextual behavioral science in particular (see the7 KB (1,037 words) – 02:47, 5 November 2018
  • Everyday behaviorEveryday behavior can refer to: Everyday life Everyday Behavior, 2004 music album by Mêlée128 bytes (14 words) – 11:17, 28 December 2019
  • Drug rehabilitation (section Behavioral models)interviewing, which is designed to increase patient motivation to change behavior and enter treatment. Motivational incentives, which uses positive reinforcement48 KB (5,741 words) – 03:11, 19 December 2019
  • Avoidance coping (category Human behavior)active-cognitive and active-behavioral coping are used as replacement techniques for avoidance coping. Active-cognitive coping includes changing one's attitude towards8 KB (843 words) – 22:19, 27 January 2020
  • Deviance (sociology) (redirect from Aberrant behavior)boundaries which, in turn leads to social change. Three broad sociological classes exist that describe deviant behavior, namely, structural functionalism, symbolic40 KB (5,449 words) – 13:03, 23 December 2019
  • Self-determination theory (section Environmental behaviors)influence and interference. SDT focuses on the degree to which an individual's behavior is self-motivated and self-determined. In the 1970s, research on SDT evolved55 KB (7,077 words) – 03:47, 26 January 2020
  • Harvey SkinnerCanadian Academy of Health Sciences. Skinner has broad experience in behavior change at individual, organizational and systems levels. He is the author4 KB (473 words) – 08:42, 6 December 2018
  • Dale Carnegieideas in his books is that it is possible to change other people's behavior by changing one's behavior toward them. Dale Carnegie was born November 2415 KB (1,556 words) – 15:34, 15 January 2020
  • Habituation (category Behavioral concepts)Habituation can refer to a decrease in behavior, subjective experience, or synaptic transmission. The changes in synaptic transmission that occur during43 KB (5,814 words) – 22:48, 6 January 2020
  • Bulimia nervosawill think of alternatives. People undergoing CBT who exhibit early behavioral changes are most likely to achieve the best treatment outcomes in the long61 KB (6,985 words) – 06:17, 14 January 2020
  • Adolescent sexuality in CanadaKing, Gary; Manco-Johnson, Marilyn; Aledort, Louis (2000). "Sexual Behavior Change Among Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Infected Adolescents with Hemophilia"43 KB (5,427 words) – 20:53, 17 January 2020
  • Pythagoras ABMmembers of a unit, friendly agents, neutrals, or enemies Allows for behaviorchanging events and actions (called triggers) that may be invoked in response10 KB (1,535 words) – 08:16, 22 December 2019
  • Interpersonal psychotherapyand Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies". In Lambert, Michael J. (ed.). Bergin and Garfield's Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change (6th ed.). Hoboken15 KB (1,625 words) – 23:37, 15 January 2020
  • Age-graded variationoccurs when individuals change their linguistic behavior throughout their lifetimes, but the community as a whole does not change. The term "age-grading"9 KB (1,311 words) – 07:22, 5 November 2018
  • Sustainable Development Goals (section "Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts by regulating emissions and promoting developments in renewable energy.")provision of toilets and sanitation for 2.6 billion people as well as behavior change of the users. This will require cooperation between governments, civil108 KB (11,865 words) – 02:53, 25 January 2020
  • Expressive suppressionabout the causes of emotion, about their bodily sensations and expressive behavior, and about the possible means of modifying them" (Niedenthal, 2006, 157)26 KB (3,400 words) – 08:18, 5 June 2019
  • Allostasisof achieving stability, or homeostasis, through physiological or behavioral change (Copstead & Banasik2013). This can be carried out by means of alteration11 KB (1,294 words) – 09:32, 7 November 2019
  • Sexual orientation change effortsconclude whether or not such methods work to change sexual orientation. The longstanding consensus of the behavioral and social sciences, and the health and116 KB (12,332 words) – 19:30, 15 January 2020
  • Mindon experiential relationship building, dialogue, communication and behavior change and that are designed to improve the mental health of a client or patient62 KB (7,031 words) – 07:30, 24 January 2020
  • Damon Centolaspreading behaviors. Centola pioneered the use of large scale online networks as an experimental tool for identifying the dynamics of social change. To test26 KB (2,674 words) – 17:41, 18 October 2019
  • Developmental psychology (section Stability vs change)psychologists aim to explain how thinking, feeling, and behaviors change throughout life. This field examines change across three major dimensions: physical development97 KB (12,245 words) – 20:58, 26 January 2020
  • Koénd-ZingdémissiGabriel Sangli, Abdoulaye Maiga (2004). "measuring the effects of behavior change interventions in Burkina Faso with population-based survey results"7 KB (150 words) – 16:33, 29 September 2019
  • Alcoholism (redirect from Alcoholism (behavior))and researchers using the transtheoretical model of motivation for behavior change.  The first use of this slang phrase in the formal medical literature134 KB (14,138 words) – 06:18, 23 January 2020
  • Dementia with Lewy bodiesDementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) is a type of dementia accompanied by changes in behavior, cognition, and movement. As a progressive illness, it is usually88 KB (9,674 words) – 20:45, 19 January 2020
  • Instinct (redirect from Innate behavior)can be changed by experience; for example, a dog can improve its fighting skills by practice. Instincts are inborn complex patterns of behavior that exist24 KB (3,062 words) – 21:08, 27 January 2020
  • Information seeking behaviorInformation seeking behavior refers to the way people search for and utilize information. The term was coined by Thomas D. Wilson in his 1981 paper, on22 KB (2,363 words) – 15:23, 5 January 2020
  • Behavior analysis (disambiguation)Behavior analysis or behavior analytics may refer to: Applied behavior analysis Behavior analysis of child development Behavioral analysis of markets502 bytes (51 words) – 14:31, 16 February 2018
  • Kinsey scaleis fluid and subject to change over time. Instead of using sociocultural labels, Kinsey primarily used assessments of behavior in order to rate individuals20 KB (2,134 words) – 22:54, 15 November 2019
  • Yale attitude change approachpersuasive communication and their effects on behavior and opinion.  The Yale group examined attitude change from a learning theory perspective and information38 KB (4,902 words) – 20:24, 17 December 2019
  • Nicotine patchcounseling includes motivational interviewing, Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change, and Social Cognitive Theory. Nicotine patches are under study to help12 KB (1,273 words) – 20:32, 16 December 2019
  • Wolverine (redirect from Sexual behavior of wolverines)Country News. Archived from the original on 28 September 2007. "Climate change could melt wolverines' snowy refrigerators". Live Science. Archived from49 KB (4,728 words) – 20:26, 21 January 2020
  • Retrofit (company)exercise physiologist, and behavior coach to cover the core subject matter areas of nutrition, fitness, and behavior change. Retrofit uses the measure8 KB (648 words) – 21:11, 23 February 2018
  • Infanticide (zoology) (section Costs of the behavior)weeks, killing any they come across. After this period however, their behavior changes dramatically, and they become paternal, caring for their own offspring42 KB (5,289 words) – 11:55, 23 January 2020
  • Thomas Llewelyn Webbto promote health behavior change: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the impact of theoretical basis, use of behavior change techniques, and mode6 KB (839 words) – 04:02, 19 December 2018
  • Panic disorder (section Cognitive behavioral therapy)least one instance by at least a month of a significant and related behavior change, a persistent concern of more attacks, or a worry about the attack's71 KB (8,318 words) – 15:10, 30 December 2019
  • Philip Kotlerfield of social marketing, which applies marketing theory to influence behavior change that would benefit consumers, their peers, and society as a whole.16 KB (1,716 words) – 01:58, 9 December 2019
  • Emotional and behavioral disordersEmotional and behavioral disorders (EBD; also known as behavioral and emotional disorders (ICD-10)) refer to a disability classification used in educational25 KB (2,942 words) – 21:08, 21 January 2020
  • Financial social work (section Determinants of financial behavior)life cycle and their readiness/willingness to change, as per the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change (TTM). In addition, ongoing education, motivation12 KB (1,482 words) – 15:56, 30 November 2019
  • U-shaped developmentand their social standing. "humanist theory"- Is a theory that the behavior changes based on what education was received by the individual. There are branch6 KB (828 words) – 14:53, 12 July 2019
  • Epsychologyto promote health behavior change: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the impact of theoretical basis, use of behavior change techniques, and mode9 KB (1,316 words) – 15:33, 9 August 2019
  • Behavioral endocrinologyBehavioral Endocrinology is a branch of endocrinology that studies the Neuroendocrine system and its effects on behaviorBehavioral endocrinology studies7 KB (737 words) – 23:26, 11 December 2019
  • Kari Ann Penicheseason's fourth episode. Executive producer John Irwin claimed that her behavior changed by her second appearance, although she did allegedly punch a cameraman16 KB (1,769 words) – 14:33, 28 October 2019
  • Formula for changeInstitute for Applied Behavioral Science professional OD training program (in Bethel, Massachusetts), in her 1982 book Say No, Say Yes to Change: Finding Growth4 KB (588 words) – 02:43, 3 October 2019
  • Gay bombsupporting the presences of … human … pheromones that cause rapid behavioral changes, such as attraction and/or copulation have been documented." Hays13 KB (1,110 words) – 23:03, 4 January 2020
  • Sham rageoccur in the absence of any sort of inner experience of rage. These behavioral changes are reversed with small lesions in hypothalamus. The term sham rage12 KB (1,666 words) – 06:08, 20 October 2019
  • Geschwind syndromecontribution to the understanding of behavioral changes in temporal lobe epilepsy: The February 1974 lecture". Epilepsy & Behavior. 15 (4): 417–24. doi:10.1016/j14 KB (1,452 words) – 20:23, 9 January 2020
  • Steve Alexander (businessman)also keynoted New Zealand's first conference on communications and behavior change on behalf of the Ministry of the Environment in 2001. He is a lifetime9 KB (979 words) – 17:14, 25 January 2020
  • Mere-measurement effectmeasuring an individual's intentions or anticipated regret changes his or her subsequent behavior. Sandberg, Tracy; Conner, Mark (June 2009). "A mere measurement854 bytes (83 words) – 08:51, 11 October 2019
  • Behavioral epigeneticsTogether, these epigenetic changes on neuron structure and function can have a marked influence on an organism's behavior. In biology, and specifically53 KB (6,891 words) – 21:57, 27 December 2019
  • Remorseapology reduces negative consequences and facilitates cognitive and behavioral changes associated with forgiveness. With empathy as the mediator between16 KB (2,028 words) – 10:58, 13 January 2020
  • Call-out cultureindividuals and groups accountable for their actions by calling attention to behavior that is perceived to be problematic, usually on social media. A variant4 KB (370 words) – 22:12, 26 January 2020
  • Relative change and differenceIn any quantitative science, the terms relative change and relative difference are used to compare two quantities while taking into account the "sizes"17 KB (2,365 words) – 19:11, 16 January 2020
  • Community healthfound social media being capable of influencing people to change their unhealthy behaviors and encourage interventions capable of improving health status32 KB (3,714 words) – 13:36, 30 November 2019
  • The Stepford Husbandsconcerned when Gordon undergoes a radical behavior change after a stay at the Stepford Institute for Human Behavior, afterwards thinking only of his wife6 KB (667 words) – 12:21, 4 November 2019
  • Well-posed problemproperties that: a solution exists, the solution is unique, the solution's behavior changes continuously with the initial conditions. Examples of archetypal well-posed3 KB (393 words) – 20:10, 2 June 2019
  • Dairy Council of CaliforniaCalifornia developed comprehensive two-week programs designed to promote behavior change. The Director of Education, Rus Shortridge worked with the well known14 KB (1,654 words) – 22:19, 19 November 2019
  • Nudge (book) (section Human behavior)first published in 2008. The book draws on research in psychology and behavioral economics to defend libertarian paternalism and active engineering of16 KB (1,705 words) – 02:47, 8 September 2019
  • SITIAglobal climate change. The "Behavior Change or Climate Change" curriculum includes student-led classroom units on Global Climate Change Science, Energy3 KB (202 words) – 05:04, 6 December 2019
  • Syrian hamster behaviorSyrian hamster behavior refers to the ethology of the Syrian hamster. Syrian hamsters have a sleep cycle that lasts about 10 to 12 minutes. In the laboratory17 KB (2,276 words) – 07:43, 3 December 2019
  • Buddy systemcommunity intervention program for youth with nonprofessionals as behavior change agents." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 42(2), 163–16916 KB (2,253 words) – 12:09, 4 January 2020
  • Language changeBest-Sellers". The Journal of Creative Behavior. doi:10.1002/jocb.230. Labov, William (1963). "The social motivation of a sound change". Word. 19 (3): 273–309. doi:1023 KB (2,556 words) – 12:10, 13 January 2020
  • Gambler's fallacy (category Behavioral finance)prediction and the behavior changes accordingly. After a win, the positive behavior is reinforced and after a loss, the behavior is conditioned to be33 KB (4,821 words) – 08:52, 10 January 2020
  • Drosophilidae (section Anti-parasitic behavior)larvae, as the wasps have a low alcohol tolerance. This oviposition behavior change only occurs upon seeing the female wasp larva and does not take place10 KB (1,010 words) – 22:09, 12 January 2020
  • Sleep sex (redirect from Sexual behavior in sleep)movement (NREM) sleep. Sexual behaviors that result from sexsomnia are not to be mistaken with normal nocturnal sexual behaviors, which do not occur during19 KB (2,241 words) – 23:15, 18 January 2020
  • Estrous cyclefemale then exhibits sexually receptive behavior, a situation that may be signaled by visible physiologic changes. Estrus is commonly seen in the mammalian20 KB (2,534 words) – 02:46, 14 December 2019
  • Deadweight loss (section How deadweight loss changes as taxes vary)revenue raised by the tax. The difference is attributable to the behavioral changes induced by a distortionary tax that are measured by a substitution14 KB (2,075 words) – 09:03, 28 January 2020
  • Garrett relation (section Implications for sustainability and climate change)exhibit highly complex behavioral changes in response to market forces that in turn alter markets. Such non-linear behaviors are not generally present22 KB (2,781 words) – 12:34, 24 December 2019
  • D. Lawrence Kincaidcommunication for participatory development model, the ideational model for behavior change communication and evaluation, computer programs to analyze the multi-dimensional7 KB (867 words) – 15:10, 23 November 2019
  • Albert Ellis (category Cognitive-behavioral psychotherapists)2007) was an American psychologist who in 1955 developed Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). He held MA and PhD degrees in clinical psychology from49 KB (6,222 words) – 13:33, 5 December 2019
  • Physical disorderschizophrenia). Some recognized physical disorders produce significant behavioral changes. For example, fever, head trauma, and hyperthyroidism can produce1 KB (170 words) – 10:37, 29 September 2018
  • French and Raven's bases of power (section Socially independent of change)power. French and Raven defined social influence as a change in the belief, attitude, or behavior of a person (the target of influence) that results from32 KB (4,386 words) – 12:23, 23 October 2019
  • Limbic systemin the forebrain. It supports a variety of functions including emotion, behavior, motivation, long-term memory, and olfaction. Emotional life is largely34 KB (4,423 words) – 11:59, 26 January 2020
  • Climate change mitigationto achieve a lesser energy demanding service, for example through behavioral change, as well as encompassing energy efficiency. Examples of conservation194 KB (20,140 words) – 23:35, 25 January 2020
  • Motivational enhancement therapyMotivational Interviewing is based on engaging the client to pursue a behavior change. The method revolves around goal making, with assistance from the counselor5 KB (725 words) – 16:21, 10 March 2018
  • Social exchange theory (redirect from Social change perspective)theory is a sociological and psychological theory that studies the social behavior in the interaction of two parties that implement a cost-benefit analysis71 KB (8,966 words) – 17:00, 13 December 2019
  • Paradoxical reactiontalkativeness, violent behavior, and even convulsions. Paradoxical adverse effects may even lead to criminal behaviour. Severe behavioral changes resulting from12 KB (1,331 words) – 21:37, 3 December 2019
  • Sexual fluidity (section Changes in sexuality)to change; sexual orientation identity can change throughout an individual's life, and may or may not align with biological sex, sexual behavior or actual45 KB (5,541 words) – 03:24, 25 December 2019
  • Microbial intelligencecells mediated by chemical signalling that induces physiological or behavioral changes in cells and influences colony structures. Complex cells, like protozoa14 KB (1,543 words) – 01:11, 5 January 2020
  • Adaptive behavior (ecology)In behavioral ecology, adaptive behavior is any behavior that contributes directly or indirectly to an individual's reproductive success, and is thus15 KB (2,112 words) – 21:25, 20 May 2019
  • B. F. Skinner (section Origin of operant behavior)its behavior and the presentation of food, although such a relation is lacking. There are many analogies in human behavior. Rituals for changing one's72 KB (9,074 words) – 00:22, 8 January 2020
  • Quantitative methods in criminologythe goals of quantifying trends in behavior, describe progression of life events, examine patterns of behavioral change, and begin to apply theories to such22 KB (3,294 words) – 12:02, 30 December 2019
  • Canidae (redirect from Reproductive behavior of canids)terrestrial carnivora. Pages 536–568 in J.L. Gittleman, editor. Carnivore Behavior, Ecology, and Evolution, Vol. 1. Comstock Publishing Associates: Ithaca52 KB (5,344 words) – 00:08, 24 January 2020
  • Bonobo (redirect from Social behavior of bonobos)the wild have documented a wide range of behaviors, including aggressive behavior and more cyclic sexual behavior similar to chimpanzees, even though the67 KB (7,637 words) – 19:23, 23 January 2020
  • Tobacco packaging warning messageswarning messages "contribute to changing consumers' attitudes towards tobacco use as well as changing consumers' behavior." At the same time, such warning145 KB (16,967 words) – 23:47, 4 January 2020
  • Pro-Truth Pledge"suggest that taking the PTP had a statistically significant effect on behavior change in favor of more truthful sharing on Facebook." Another study, published7 KB (776 words) – 11:01, 15 October 2019
  • Katie Patrickenvironmental behavior change.[citation needed] She is president of Hello World Labs, a company focusing on environmental data, behavior change, and game3 KB (231 words) – 21:57, 17 September 2019
  • Individual action on climate change2-equivalent. The IPCC Fifth Assessment Report emphasises that behavior, lifestyle and cultural change have a high mitigation potential in some sectors, particularly51 KB (4,887 words) – 18:35, 24 January 2020
  • Common factors theorylater go on to edit many editions of the Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change with Allen Bergin) included a 10-page discussion of common factors58 KB (6,038 words) – 12:55, 24 January 2020
  • Environmental psychology (section Behavior settings)and the promotion of durable conservation behavior. Lately, alongside the increased focus on climate change in society and the social sciences and the44 KB (5,897 words) – 19:28, 28 January 2020
  • Behavioral enrichmentBehavioral enrichment (also referred to as environmental enrichment) is an animal husbandry principle that seeks to enhance the quality of captive animal31 KB (3,420 words) – 08:09, 4 January 2020
  • William Stewart Agrasinterest is in the application of basic psychology to investigation of behavior change in medical and psychiatric problems such as treatment compliance, essential4 KB (519 words) – 15:26, 24 November 2018
  • Massospora cicadinawhich may aid in spreading conidia that infect other cicadas. This behavioral change is thought to be the result of a fungal extended phenotype, the physical10 KB (1,254 words) – 18:19, 20 September 2019
  • Color psychologyColor psychology is the study of hues as a determinant of human behavior. Color influences perceptions that are not obvious, such as the taste of food45 KB (5,613 words) – 21:46, 28 January 2020
  • Insufficient justificationderogate the activity. Mild punishment will cause a more lasting behavioral change than severe punishment because internal justification is stronger19 KB (2,815 words) – 09:07, 28 January 2020
  • David H. Barlow(2009). Single case experimental designs: Strategies for studying behavior change (3rd ed.). Boston: Pearson Allyn & Bacon. ISBN 0-205-47455-1 McHugh29 KB (3,259 words) – 14:19, 19 September 2019
  • Adaptive algorithmAn adaptive algorithm is an algorithm that changes its behavior at the time it is run, based on information available and on a priori defined reward mechanism3 KB (390 words) – 15:47, 28 September 2019
  • Multisystemic therapy (category Behavior therapy)variety of risk factors that may be influencing the behavior; rewards for positive changes in behavior and environment to ultimately empower caregivers;9 KB (1,074 words) – 14:26, 2 December 2019
  • United States involvement in regime changeUnited States involvement in regime change has entailed both overt and covert actions aimed at altering, replacing, or preserving foreign governments.235 KB (26,935 words) – 14:47, 22 January 2020
  • Climate change (general concept)Climate change occurs when changes in Earth's climate system result in new weather patterns that remain in place for an extended period of time. This length78 KB (8,734 words) – 18:26, 26 January 2020
  • Neuroplasticity (section Seasonal brain changes)from microscopic changes in individual neurons to larger-scale changes such as cortical remapping in response to injury. Behavior, environmental stimuli83 KB (9,513 words) – 12:09, 27 January 2020
  • Virtual Human Interaction LabBailenson, J.N. (2010). The use of doppelgängers to promote health behavior change. CyberTherapy & Rehabilitation, 3 (2), 16-17. Leonetti, C., & Bailenson10 KB (1,149 words) – 20:15, 8 June 2019
  • Behavioral analysis of marketsBehavioral Analysis of Markets is a new area of study, proposed by James Gregory Savoldi, closely related to behavioral finance, behavioral economics8 KB (1,039 words) – 17:21, 21 July 2018
  • Broken windows theoryhuman behavior.[page needed] Under the impression that a broken window left unfixed leads to more serious problems, residents begin to change the way60 KB (7,526 words) – 19:11, 23 January 2020
  • Managerial grid model (category Organizational behavior)discourage challenges to their thinking. Grid theory breaks behavior down into seven key elements: Behavior modification Leadership Three levels of leadership5 KB (578 words) – 14:47, 12 July 2019
  • Gamification (category Behavioral economics)design, its main goal is to promote greater connectivity and positive behavior change between technological consumers. It has five steps that help computer71 KB (7,484 words) – 16:20, 5 January 2020
  • Inheritance (object-oriented programming)classes. Often, there is no interface change between the supertype and subtype- the child implements the behavior described instead of its parent class28 KB (3,369 words) – 06:26, 5 January 2020
  • Behavioral theories of depressionBehavioral theories of depression explain the etiology of depression based on the behavioural sciences, and they form the basis for behavioral therapies28 KB (3,520 words) – 21:39, 16 December 2019
  • SEED-SCALE (category Social change)social change. SEED-SCALE's distinguishing feature is its focus on human energy as the primary currency that causes people to change behaviors. Normative11 KB (1,584 words) – 09:20, 31 July 2019
  • Asperger syndrome (section Violent or criminal behavior)nonverbal communication, along with restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests. As a milder autism spectrum disorder (ASD), it differs from97 KB (10,533 words) – 12:47, 27 January 2020
  • Anger management (section Cognitive behavioral therapy)for treatment because the patient may respond too quickly to change the thought or behavior. Wright, Day, & Howells referred to this phenomenon as the "hijacking51 KB (6,611 words) – 09:50, 25 January 2020
  • Corporate social responsibilitybased on product sales Corporate social marketing: company-funded behaviorchange campaigns All six of the corporate initiatives are forms of corporate116 KB (13,032 words) – 21:08, 27 January 2020
  • Ovide F. Pomerleauand Smith RH. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 6:383-390 (1973); reprinted in ''Psychotherapy and Behavior Change Annual'', H Strupp (Ed.). Chicago:10 KB (1,259 words) – 01:56, 24 September 2019
  • Concept driftsuch as TEMPERATURE, PRESSURE, and HUMIDITY. The behavior of the customers in an online shop may change over time. For example, if weekly merchandise sales16 KB (1,829 words) – 09:23, 23 January 2020
  • American fuzzy lop (fuzzer)track control flow. This allows the fuzzer to detect when the target's behavior changes in response to the input. In cases when this is not possible, black-box9 KB (868 words) – 00:02, 25 October 2019
  • Conservation psychologywhy humans hurt or help the environment and what can be done to change such behavior. The term "conservation psychology" refers to any fields of psychology24 KB (3,337 words) – 13:58, 20 November 2019
  • Gender sensitizationas an awareness informed propensity or disposition which aims at changing behavior so that it is sensitive to certain issues. Gender sensitization may3 KB (247 words) – 08:26, 9 December 2019
  • Coyote (redirect from Sexual behavior of coyotes)fighting (as opposed to play fighting) prior to engaging in play behavior. A common play behavior includes the coyote "hip-slam". By three weeks of age, coyote145 KB (15,092 words) – 02:30, 27 January 2020
  • Yayasan Cipta Cara Padureproductive health (RH), infectious disease, and environmental conservation. Behavior change communication campaigns are implemented to increase awareness and build4 KB (206 words) – 12:21, 8 September 2018
  • Estrogen (section Brain and behavior)These effects produce menstrual cycle changes, which result in hormone release leading to behavioral changes, notably binge and emotional eating. These56 KB (6,027 words) – 03:46, 24 January 2020
  • GAL4/UAS system(since they are cold-blooded), and these neurons turn off. If the fly's behavior changes, this gives a strong clue to what those neurons do. GECI (Genetically13 KB (1,784 words) – 19:57, 1 December 2019
  • Change blindnessyield no subjective experience. This behavior is called "experiential nothingness". Somatosensory – Somatosensory change blindness for tactile stimuli has58 KB (7,140 words) – 22:25, 14 January 2020
  • Characterization test(characterize) the actual behavior of an existing piece of software, and therefore protect existing behavior of legacy code against unintended changes via automated6 KB (844 words) – 12:17, 7 August 2019
  • Sniffing (behavior)identified based upon changes in respiratory frequency and/or amplitude, and is often studied in the context of odor guided behaviors and olfactory perceptual30 KB (3,763 words) – 11:16, 26 December 2019
  • Effects of climate change on terrestrial animalssignificant nonrandom behavioral changes due to global climate change with very high confidence (> 95%). Furthermore, an accuracy of 74–91% change in species has28 KB (3,545 words) – 02:49, 26 January 2020
  • Worst Behavior"Worst Behavior" is a song by Canadian recording artist Drake from his studio album Nothing Was the Same (2013). "Worst Behavior" was produced by DJ Dahi13 KB (1,276 words) – 00:01, 26 December 2019
  • Mindfulness (section Dialectical behavior therapy)mindfulness strategies mixed in different ways with commitment and behaviorchange strategies, to increase psychological flexibility. The approach was158 KB (17,880 words) – 00:08, 27 January 2020
  • Fredric N. Buschand patient. He has also written about phsychodynamic approaches to behavior change. Busch attended Duke University for his undergraduate degree, University4 KB (391 words) – 17:09, 26 December 2018
  • Chronic traumatic encephalopathyneurodegenerative disease caused by repeated head injuries. Symptoms may include behavioral problems, mood problems, and problems with thinking. Symptoms typically48 KB (5,229 words) – 05:23, 22 January 2020
  • Tropidophiidae (section Behavior)threatened, tropidophiids coil up into a tight ball. A more peculiar defensive behavior is their ability to bleed voluntarily from the eyes, mouth, and nostrils7 KB (639 words) – 04:31, 26 January 2020
  • Sexual Ecologyfact gay men were far more successful promoting condoms than most behaviorchange efforts in society at large. "Dieters slip off their diets. Alcoholics48 KB (5,920 words) – 10:49, 3 January 2020
  • Leadership developmentlearning from traditional classroom-style training results in sustained behavioral change within workplaces. The success of leadership development efforts has9 KB (1,069 words) – 12:20, 4 December 2019
  • Climate change adaptationClimate change adaptation (CCA) is a response to global warming (also known as "climate change" or "anthropogenic climate change"). The Intergovernmental123 KB (13,694 words) – 02:09, 24 January 2020
  • PH-sensitive polymers (section Response to change in pH)needed] Polymers can also form micelles (spheres) in response to a change in pH. This behavior can occur with linear block copolymers. If the different blocks10 KB (1,307 words) – 01:13, 8 January 2020
  • Homework in psychotherapy (category Cognitive behavioral therapy)date focuses on homework use during CBT, which involves changing patients' thoughts and behaviors to reduce the symptoms of the mental disorders from which24 KB (3,588 words) – 07:29, 20 January 2020
  • Big Five personality traits (section Personality change from disease)worker will spontaneously put forth effort to change the work environment). These three categories of behavior can then be directed towards three different152 KB (17,801 words) – 00:15, 26 January 2020
  • Tylodelphys (section Behavior)It induces many behavioral changes on its host. Once inside a fish's eye, it can cause partial blindness and several behavioral changes to the intermediate4 KB (572 words) – 17:13, 2 November 2019
  • Apathyinclude declining grades, skipping classes, routine illness, and behavioral changes both in school and at home. Also known as the bystander effect, bystander26 KB (3,232 words) – 01:37, 25 January 2020
  • Sherry Pagotobehavior change with extensive research on the topics of obesity management and cancer prevention. She is the President of the Society of Behavioral Medicine14 KB (1,211 words) – 11:04, 16 October 2019
  • Imprinting (organizational theory) (category Organizational behavior)In organizational theory and organizational behavior, imprinting is a core concept describing how the past affects the present. Imprinting is generally7 KB (788 words) – 07:54, 13 December 2019
  • Type A and Type B personality theory (redirect from Type-A behavior)individual's mental state affects physical health. Type A personality behavior was first described as a potential risk factor for heart disease in the31 KB (4,106 words) – 15:19, 17 January 2020
  • Stress in early childhood (section Behavioral)experiences physiological and behavioral changes. Because cortisol hormone enters the cell's nucleus, the effects of change take longer to occur, and last43 KB (5,339 words) – 22:55, 31 October 2019
  • Seasonal effects on suicide ratesthermal stress causing physiological and behavioral change, which may predispose a person to parasuicidal behavior, or precipitate parasuicide in someone25 KB (3,217 words) – 22:19, 28 October 2019
  • Sport psychologypsychological and physical factors. Sport psychologists teach cognitive and behavioral strategies to athletes in order to improve their experience and performance82 KB (11,127 words) – 10:13, 19 January 2020
  • Viscoelasticity (redirect from Viscoelastic behavior)shear/strain rate remains constant. A material which exhibits this type of behavior is known as thixotropic. In addition, when the stress is independent of25 KB (3,457 words) – 13:19, 19 November 2019
  • Organizational retaliatory behaviorOrganizational retaliatory behavior (ORB) is a form of workplace deviance. ORB is defined in the bottom up sense as an employee's reacting against a perceived13 KB (1,728 words) – 01:12, 2 November 2019
  • Consciousness after deathcompiled a list of many different subjective experiential phenomena and behavioral changes that can be caused by electrical stimulation of the cerebral cortex11 KB (1,136 words) – 22:34, 7 January 2020

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