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behaviour control


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controlling behaviour

behaviour control n.

behaviour control n.

Mosquito Behaviour and Disease Control

Brainstem orosensorimotor mechanisms and the neural control of ingestive behaviour

Behavioural management of aggression in dementia: a randomized controlled trial

Perceptions and behaviours of women with bladder control problems

Health Seeking Behaviour and the Control of Sexually Transmitted Disease

Behaviour of acid-base control with different dialysis schedules.

Aripiprazole-induced behavioural disturbance related to impulse control in a clinical setting

Hypothalamic aggression area under serotonergic control in mouse-killing behaviour of rats

Designing learner-controlled educational interactions based on learning/cognitive style and learner behaviour

Making moral judgments through behavioural science: the ‘substantial lack of volitional control’ requirement in civil commitments

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

Behavioural interventions for smoking cessation: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

Effect of advanced provision of emergency contraception on women's contraceptive behaviour: a randomized controlled trial

Factors influencing hand washing behaviour in primary schools: process evaluation within a randomized controlled trial

Attitudes towards smoking policies and tobacco control measures in relation to smoking status and smoking behaviour

Knowledge, Perceptions and Behaviour of Mothers toward Intestinal Helminths in Upper Egypt: Implications for Control

 

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In the interdependence theory of the US social psychologists Harold H. Kelley (1921–2003) and John W(alter) Thibaut (1917–86), expounded in their book The Social Psychology of Groups (1959) and developed further in Interpersonal Relations: A Theory of Interdependence (1978), an interpersonal situation involving two people, A and B, in which ‘A's control over B's outcomes is contingent on what B does; therefore, they jointly affect B's outcomes’ (1978, p. 31). US behavior control. Compare fate control. BC abbrev.

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