behaviourally


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behaviourally

(bɪˈheɪvjərəlɪ)
adv
from a behavioural point of view
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The study by researchers at the University of Washington shows how visual scenes are encoded into memory at behaviourally relevant points in time.
Recruiters should identify behaviourally relevant bases of segmentation and develop communication, training and management methods targeted at the most promising segments.
Here, we catch up with her and learn that the youngster was removed from her family in May and taken to live in a residential home for emotionally and behaviourally disturbed children.