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behavioural environment


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behavioural environment

Governing behaviour change in risky environments

Does quality of school outdoor environment support healthier behaviour of adolescents? Dagmar Dzurova

Detection Of Normal and Novel Behaviours In Ubiquitous Domestic Environments

Interplay of genes and environment as contributory factors in suicidal behaviour

Evaluating the impact of policy: the built environment and travel behaviour

Systematic Health, Environment and Safety Activities: Do They Influence Occupational Environment, Behaviour and Health?

Lipid membrane phase behaviour elucidated in real time by controlled environment atomic force microscopy

Agonistic and reproductive behaviours of the cuttlefish Sepia officianlis in a semi-natural environment

Morphological, physiological, and behavioural adaptations of desert animals to the abiotic environment

Interactive Temporal Behaviours and Modelling for Multimedia Presentations in the WWW Environment

Risk-Prone Behaviour Under Rules Which Have Evolved in a Changing Environment1

Understanding children's sedentary behaviour: a qualitative study of the family home environment

Study on migration behaviour of 237Np and 241Am in near-surface environments

Morphological, Physiological, and Behavioural Adaptations of Desert Animals to the Abiotic Environment

Exploring the built environment, physical activity and related behaviours of young people attending school, college and those not in employment

Gene–environment interaction between the oxytocin receptor (OXTR) gene and parenting behaviour on children’s theory of mind

Interaction of the neuropeptide S receptor gene Asn107Ile variant and environment: contribution to affective and anxiety disorders, and suicidal behaviour

Exposure to enriched environments during adolescence prevents abnormal behaviours associated with histone deacetylation in phencyclidine-treated mice

 

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The behavioural environment model emphasizes the importance of perception in human geography, the significance of subjective experience, and the potential of man as an active agent in the environment. See F. Boal and D. Livingstone (1989).

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.


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