interbehavioural

(redirected from interbehavioral)

interbehavioural

or

interbehavioral

adj
relating to or involving interbehaviour
References in periodicals archive ?
Setting events and behavioral disorders of children and youth: An interbehavioral field analysis for research and practice.
Alternatively, Greller and Drachsler (2012) proposed an LA model, including six dimensions: stakeholders (e.g., learners and instructors), objective (e.g., reflection), data (open and protected), instruments (e.g., pedagogical theory, technology, and presentation), external limitations (e.g., conventions and norms), and interbehavioral constraints (e.g., interpretation and critical thinking).
The interbehavioral interpretation of anger (Kantor, 1959, 1969; Ribes-Inesta, 2007) implies that some persons tend to experience anger proneness under certain specific circumstances which would not cause such a feeling in the case of other people.
I focus on five central characteristics of Kantor's interbehavioral psychology that the dissertation foreshadows.
Understanding observational learning: An interbehavioral approach.
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.