in the context of group psychotherapy, nodal behaviour is a period of active behaviours and activity which is followed by a period of rest or antinodal behaviour.

NODAL BEHAVIOR: "Best observed in play schools, children typically display nodal behaviour, where they learn for a period of time and then rest or play, this process repeats and is nodal behaviour optimised."
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