interbehavioural

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interbehavioural

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interbehavioral

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relating to or involving interbehaviour
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To articulate the value of an interbehavioral approach versus theory of mind (ToM) and RFT approaches.
Setting events and behavioral disorders of children and youth: An interbehavioral field analysis for research and practice.
Understanding observational learning: An interbehavioral approach.
From ah Interbehavioral perspective comprehension is seen as reading adjustment and is evaluated by asking readers questions of different functional complexity, which can only be answered when a specific interaction occurs with different properties of the text.
From our point of view, studying the interaction between intelligence and impulsivity on achievement lends itself to analysis from an interbehavioral perspective.
Also, applied interbehavioral developments, like the one leaded by Miguel Costa, can be found (Costa & Lopez, 1986, 1996) and there is an important number of research groups that hold a cognitive-behavioral perspective.
Attentional problems in dysfunctional mother-child interactions: An interbehavioral model.
The present study enters in the framework of interbehavioral psychology; from this base we define comprehensive reading as a psychological function where there is a relationship between the subject who comprehends, what is being comprehended, and the conditions minimally required for establishing a relationship between these two elements (Fuentes, 2005).
The former include a biographical sketch and work on the evolution of scientific psychology, the interbehavioral field and research.
Given these two interbehavioral differences of the motor pattern (APDUR and LODUR), the simplest transformation scenario is that of inflation behavior evolving from water-blowing behavior through a single alteration in the motor pattern of the four muscles we studied, a decrease in the activity duration of the LO muscle.
12) His interbehavioral field psychology is based on the observation that responding and being stimulated are interdependent, that stimulus objects have any number of meanings (stimulus functions) that are coordinated with the response, that stimulus functions and response functions develop with successive contacts (interactional history), and that these interactions are influenced by the setting factors or context in which the interaction takes place.