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- adj. Of or relating to behavior.
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- adj. of or pertaining to behavior.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to behavior
Google has unleashed a new behavioral ad targeting scheme onto YouTube and partner sites in its AdSense advertising network - though it has carefully avoided the term behavioral ad targeting.
Alonzo is recruiting male and female heart attack survivors over the age of 35 to fill out the anonymous online survey he designed to examine how people actually behave during a heart attack -- what he refers to as a "behavioral autopsy."
PELLETIER: So we're start -- we spent a lot of time helping people in their homes make these changes, and what we find is that in any home, the first 20 percent or so of savings come out of what I call behavioral things.
Just today, we learned former Florida Representative Mark Foley has checked into rehab for alcoholism and what he calls behavioral problems.
I want to clarify that YieldBuild is what we call a behavioral formatting yield optimization engine.
If you've got this -- what I call a behavioral problem, and you either need to stop drinking or you need to stop drugging, you know you need to get treatment, and the same is true with sex.
And I don't think - I think Roethlisberger, if he was ever truthful with himself - now they've sent him off for what they call behavioral evaluation, which God knows what that's going to be - but if he looked himself in the mirror, he would be disgusted with the public image of what he's done.
The TSA drew upon that research to train a corps of what it calls behavioral detection officers to look for signs of anxiety, such as increased sweating or heavy breathing.
SIEGEL: Dan Ariely, professor of psychology in behavioral economics at Duke University.
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