baseline behavior

baseline behavior

a specified frequency and form of a particular behavior during preexperimental or pretherapeutic conditions.
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Networks with in-built machine learning and complex algorithms can establish a pattern of baseline behavior and can successfully flag deviations without supervision.
Perhaps the best advice we could give to improve your chances of detecting deception is to be a good observer, using both your eyes and your ears to spot departures from baseline behavior.
001) and more often than their own baseline behavior before the playback (see text).
Fixed effect Coefficient SE t P Effects on baseline behavior averages (intercepts) Age 1.
This is especially difficult when you haven't known a person's baseline behavior.
None of these were terribly severe, and most of them looked similar to fluctuations in peoples' baseline behavior," said Dr.
The same thing was found for the relationship between baseline sexual risk behaviors and their corresponding nine-month sexual risk behaviors, except that unprotected sex with a casual partner at nine months was predicted by the same baseline behavior.
Most importantly, it is able to constantly incorporate new data so that baseline behavior and performance thresholds are always up to date and mapped to new behavior.
For regular exercise the intervention group increased over time while the control group did not (control: baseline behavior score = 2.
It is used to quantitate baseline behavior and medication response.
A pair of squids was placed in the trial tank and allowed 30 min to reach baseline behavior (i.
These include using facial expressions as clues to deception (13) and establishing a baseline behavior of which the interviewee is unaware, changes in which can then be used to assess the truthfulness of responses to set questions.