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  • adv. With respect to behavior.


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behavioral +‎ -ly


  • Simply put, for every situation or life experience, especially those that may be important to you and your life, I would like you to do some "existential digging" by reflecting and making note of your responses to the following four questions: (1) How did you respond/react (behaviorally, that is) to the situation?

    Alex Pattakos: Escaping Your Inner Mental Prison

  • It follows analytical strictures (at least loosely) in paraphrasing mental terms behaviorally, when or if they cannot be eliminated from explanatory discourse.


  • In the coming year, papers in the alliance will start using Yahoo technology on their sites so that they can sell more-sophisticated ad offerings, such as behaviorally targeted ads.

    Snagging local Web ads

  • Jodi A. Mindell, PhD, associate director, Sleep Center; adjunct associate professor of Pediatrics, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; professor, Department of Psychology, Saint assessment and treatment of behaviorally based sleep disorders in children and adolescents.

    Postdoctoral Program

  • Our youth are primarily behaviorally infected with HIV and confront issues of adjustment to the disease, disclosure to significant others, including sexual partners, adherence to medical regimens and other psychosocial issues such as diversity in sexual orientation or housing/insurance/legal issues.

    Practicum Training

  • All dogs will be medically and behaviorally screened through The Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital at the University of Pennsylvania at no charge to the owner.

    Paw Partners Pet Therapy benefits and volunteer information

  • The only way to do that would be to set up some kind of actual, clearly defined, behaviorally specific no-no criteria.

    John Shore: Christians: With Gay Relationships, Drawing the Line is Impossible

  • I once sat with a stubborn, behaviorally and attitudinally defiant teenager in a residential treatment center repeatedly asking him to justify something he had done – for about three hours.

    Think Progress » Republicans use failed terrorist attack as excuse to further delay Dawn Johnsen’s confirmation.

  • It is a cognitive behavioral therapy program designed for those in lock up to be reeducated “… socially, morally, and behaviorally, to instill appropriate goals, motivations, and values.” ( The next step is education and job training.

    Matthew Yglesias » Too Much Prison

  • But can a bird that is still behaviorally very much like its ancestor, the jungle fowl, really express natural behavior in a cage?

    Andrew Gunther: Rotten Eggs: HSUS and United Egg Producers Enter Agreement That Bird Cages Are Here to Stay


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