BEHAVIOR CHECKLIST

n. a list of observable and measurable behaviors which are recorded by a learning professional or a clinician. In the classroom, it is a...

BEHAVIOR REHEARSAL

n. a technique specifically used in behavior therapy. It involves rehearsing behavioral patterns which were initially introduced by the therapist until these are ready...

BEHAVIORAL CONTINGENCY

n. that possibility that there may or may not be a relationship between an individual's specific response and the frequency and regularity by which...

BEHAVIORAL HOMEOSTASIS

n. the tendency of an organism to apply mechanisms of behavior in order to restore stability and maintain equilibrium. These mechanisms include thermoregulation, feeding...

BEHAVIORAL PEDIATRICS

n. a multidisciplinary field which is a sub-speciality of both psychology and pediatrics. A substantial part of pediatric psychology and clinical child psychology. As...

BEHAVIORAL TECHNOLOGY

n. a range of experimentally-established techniques and approaches which are designed to effect behavioral change. It is a set of procedures accepted by scientists...

BEING-NOT BEING

n. a concept which paraphrases the fundamental question which most human beings are motivated to ask, that is, the express concern over dying and...

BELONGING

n. a feeling of being taken in and accepted as part of a group, thus, fostering a sense of belonging. It also relates to...

BENZENE

n. a chemical compound which is a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons. It is formulated with the properties of being colorless yet volatile and flammable....

BETA ADRENORECEPTOR

n. a type of receptor situated on the membrane of nerve cells. Closely associated with the sympathetic nervous system, this receptor binds norepinephrine, stimulating...

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