behavioural science


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behavioural science

n
(Psychology) the application of scientific methods to the study of the behaviour of organisms
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Martello is a behavioural science strategist with expertise in health- and medicines-related behaviour and he has been appointed to offer clients a deeper understanding of patient and healthcare professional perspectives.
The Behavioural Science Group at the Warwick Business School is to try 'nudge theory' to persuade Britain's 48 million litter louts to give up the habit.
Behavioural science meet in Salalah Salalah: The first National Conference, 'Development of Behavioural Sciences' will begin in Salalah Hotel tomorrow under the auspices of Dr Darwish bin Saif Al Maharbi, undersecretary of the Ministry of Health for Administrative and Financial Affairs.
The Mental Health Awareness Programme is organised by the Behavioural Science Pavilion (BSP) of the SKMC, a comprehensive psychiatric facility committed to providing mental health treatment services in the UAE.
The aim of behavioural science was to integrate studies of the physiological, behavioural, and subjective/ experiential dimensions of human life.
Clock Hours in Behavioural Science Subjects by Instruction Type
I believe that this is the first of many significant successes for our behavioural science group.
The traditional disciplines have reasserted themselves, and behavioural science and systems thinking are less popular than they were in their heyday.
He elaborated that Behavioural factors are important in the treatment and prevention of almost all the major diseases and nearly half of preventable deaths are due to behavioural factors therefore we planned to inculcate Behavioural Sciences as a new subject in the curriculum of MBBS / BDS.