behavioural analysis


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behavioural analysis

applied behaviour analysis application of the principles of operant conditioning to the treatment of behavioural problems. experimental analysis ofbehaviour application of the principles of operant conditioning to the study of behaviour. See also conditioning.
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With behavioural analysis IT security technology, however, even if the user clicks on the embedded PDF, behavioural analysis software can recognize suspicious activity.
According to Sweeney even though TV transmissions across the Internet are still very much in their infancy, he is confident that behavioural analysis technology, which doesn't require every risk to be defined in order to detect a threatening activity, could have protected the Czech TV network against inappropriate access in the first place.
It follows the Behavioural Analysis Unit, an elite team of FBI profilers, as they attempt to get inside criminals' minds so they can anticipate their next moves - and hopefully prevent them claiming more victims.
The Behavioural Analysis Unit investigate a cult, which may be responsible for the murders of a number of students who were killed in a house.
Using the behavioural analysis and segmentation guidelines in Consumer Healthcare 2008, hospitals can fine-tune marketing, better focus on specific patient demographics, address patient expectations, and, ultimately, improve patient satisfaction.
BIG changes are in the air for the FBI's Behavioural Analysis Unit as this American psychological crime series returns for its third season.
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