Affective Behaviour

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Affective Behaviour

As defined in the context of assessing a professional person, any behaviour that reflects an individual’s level of professionalism.
Examples Punctuality, initiative, respect for peers, judgement, response to direction, attention to detail.
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We analyzed four dependent variables for social behavior: submissive behavior, controlling behavior, positive affective behavior, and negative affective behavior.
Brainstorm participants are exposed to a factual or informational description of brainstorming principles and guidelines communicated with neutral affective behavior under the "instruction" condition and to inspirational prose consistent with the thematic analysis of Osborn's (1963) work and delivered with activated pleasant affective behavior (i.e., enthusiasm) under the "inspirational" condition.
Training and generalization of affective behavior displayed by youth with autism.
The purpose of the analyses in this brief report was to determine the relative efficiency of response-contingent and response-independent stimulation on child operant learning and two concomitant child behavior (visual attention and affective behavior).
In training (Oh, you knew I'd get there eventually, right?), the idea of changing someone's attitude is sometimes called "altering affective behaviors ." That's right--training can attempt to change someone's attitude.
The first phase of the project, conducted in Oregon during 1993 and 1994, refined and further validated the following instruments: Affective Behavior Scale for the Disabled, Outdoor Skills Inventory, and Outdoor Case Study Method.
the ability to obtain data in a variety of contexts (e.g., classroom, free time, mealtime, social activities) regarding patients' affective behavior.
Certainly there are references to colonialism and warfare, but more to Solomoukha's point is how toys can function for children as art does for adults: as models for cognitive and affective behavior. Perhaps even more significant is that in both cases their effectiveness in this role may be dependent on those exposures of artifice or mechanism, those flaws in verisimilitude or gaps of implausibility which imagination readily fills with its own overflow.
Stress potential and esotericity of health problems: the significance of the physician's affective behavior. Med Care 1982; 29:414-24.
Examples of successes defined in terms of student affective behavior are, "the students enjoyed reading the labels and identifying different foods," "the participation of excitement of the children cued me that they liked the activity," "the children enthusiastically did the exercises and were attentive," "they liked the puppet and the cardboard pictures from the food groups," and "the students responded to questions and were cooperative." A cognitive rating was used when responses indicated learning occurred.
The evaluation of affective behavior also includes body measures.
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