Loyalties don’t always determine behavior.
Legal obligation thus must influence behavior.
A good tiny behavior is easy to do — and fast."
The definition of abnormal behavior may depend on the culture and on societal values.
Can the economic theory of behavior accommodate the requisite normative behavior?
The small refinement in the model may very well lead to the model behavior diverging away from the system’s behavior.
Radical behaviorism is concerned with the behavior of organisms, not with internal processing (if treated or described differently from overt behavior).
Skinner published “The Behavior of Organisms,” in which he laid out a unified theory of human and nonhuman behavior that he called “operant conditioning.”
Some clusters were named as follows: “the experimental analysis of behavior”, “behavior analysis”, “functional analysis”, and, of course, “radical behaviorism”.
One was from the unnamed woman who said the behavior was directed at her, and the other was from someone who claimed to know about some of the alleged behavior, the letter states.
According to The Journal, early on in the company's efforts to fight extreme and antisocial behavior on Facebook, it found that most bad behavior came from a small number of actors.
It aims to refrain from accounting for one type of behavior (overt) in terms of another type of behavior (covert), all the while, in some sense, leaving behavior unexplained.
What both of these basic approaches have in common is that piecemeal monotonic convergence of model behavior to target system behavior is a mark for confirmation of the model (Koperski 1998).
It fueled discussions of how best to understand the behavior of nonhuman animals and of the relevance of laboratory study to the natural environmental occurrence of animal behavior (see Schwartz and Lacey 1982).
So, if access provides us with evidence for phenomenal consciousness, this can be (a) through introspective reports; (b) through rational behavior, (c) through intentional behavior including nonrational behavior.
Under some circumstances, one or another of these principles might require helping behavior, though that helping behavior would not be altruistic, since the ultimate desire motivating the behavior is to uphold the principle.
For instance, if the observer knew that the model was punished for the behavior, was threatened for exhibiting the behavior, or observed the model being punished for the behavior, then the probability of mimicking the behavior is less.
When we predict behavior, for example, we utilize folk psychology to reason from representations of the target’s past and present circumstances and behavior (including verbal behavior), to representations of the target’s future behavior.
He proposes that we think of our experience as being “open” to the world, allowing objects to figure in it directly; and in a parallel fashion he proposes that we think of behavior as giving expression to mental states thereby allowing them to figure in behavior (McDowell 1982, 1986).
Simply put, if a legal rule is laid down stating that certain behavior “shall be punished” or “gives rise to liability,” this is not done to describe what courts would do anyway, but to direct the behavior of courts (and, indirectly at least, the behavior of private individuals) (1959, pp. 8–9).
- manner of acting or controlling yourself
- the action or reaction of something (as a machine or substance) under specified circumstances
Example: the behavior of small particles can be studied in experiments
- (behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people
- (psychology) the aggregate of the responses or reactions or movements made by an organism in any situation
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