behavioral science

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behavioral science

n.
A scientific discipline, such as sociology, anthropology, or psychology, in which the actions and reactions of humans and animals are studied through observational and experimental methods.

behavioral scientist n.

behavioral science

any of the various interrelated disciplines, such as psychiatry, psychology, sociology, and anthropology, that observe and study human activity, including psychological and emotional development, interpersonal relationships, values, and mores.

behavioral science

The science concerned with all aspects of behavior.
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The research is being undertaken by Julia Kolodko and Umar Taj, both doctoral students in the Behavioural Science Group at Warwick Business School.
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At the 25 anniversary of the University of Chicago's Social Science Building in 1955, Miller presented a paper, entitled 'Toward a General Theory for the Behavioral Sciences', that reported on the progress of the behavioural science group.
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