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- n. One who studies behavior of humans or animals.
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- adj. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of behaviorists or behaviorism.
- n. a psychologist who subscribes to behaviorism.
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- n. a psychologist who subscribes to behaviorism
- adj. of or relating to behaviorism
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Dingo, believe it or not, in addition to calling a behaviorist recommended by Sephira’s breeder, we’re going to consult with a highly acclaimed and trusted person of trusted friends who also happens to be a doggy psychic.
Those authors are echoed in the explicitly fascist character specific to the immediate circles of such "behaviorist" elements of President Barack Obama's inner circles within government as Rahm Emanuel and his brother, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, Peter Orszag, and those co-opted, "outside" elements typified by Larry Summers and Timothy Geithner, within Obama's own present government.
Such are those particular "behaviorist" beliefs of the Obama administration which has put the U.S. republic on the chutes to Hell right now.
"behaviorist" type of syndrome among victims of such influences, is sometimes identified as
Because Sandy is a dog behaviorist the phone never rings.
For a well-socialized, emotionally stable dog with energy to burn, a well-run day care center "can be the best thing in the world," says Patricia McConnell, a certified animal behaviorist and author of The Other End of the Leash.
He was succeeded by behaviorist John B. Watson and Freud in the 1920s, who preached that the first few years of life are critical in child rearing.
Iowa Select hired an animal behaviorist from Iowa State University to investigate claims in the video, which also depicts workers castrating and clipping piglets' tails without painkillers.
Perhaps without even knowing it, she was basing her ideas on a behaviorist theory of child development: the traits that will emerge over time in a child are the ones that are regularly rewarded, while undesirable behaviors that are punished will disappear.
After the break, veterinary behaviorist Nicholas Dodman weighs in on how accurate Best in Show is, plus interviews with directors from the Boston Underground Film Festival.
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