impulsive behavior

impulsive behavior,

n action initiated without due consideration or thought as to the costs, results, or consequences.
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The disorder is characterized by difficulty paying attention and concentrating, disorganization, restlessness and impulsive behavior, according to the U.
The solution uses the analysis to build personal profiling models while evaluating an individual's characteristics, including levels of risk affinity or aversion, tendencies for impulsive behavior and rule abidance, personal integrity, conscientiousness, sociability, and well-being, to develop prediction scores for specific consumer behaviors that are then automatically integrated into decision-making processes and CRM data.
Using your 'inner voice' plays an important role in controlling impulsive behavior, according to scientists.
The logic would be that if you can train cognitive abilities and change activity in these brain structures," Kable said, "then that may change your likelihood of impulsive behavior.
Patients and volunteers were assessed with the Parental Bonding Instrument (PBI), Reading mind from eyes test (RMET) and the UPPS impulsive behavior scale.
The choice of the first option is considered as impulsive behavior, whereas choosing the second one is self-controlled behavior.
No one dares risk her displeasure, so when she escapes on a road trip to meet her idol -- radio host of the Strong as Animal Woman Show -- it's with the reckless confidence born of having never been held responsible for her impulsive behavior.
I want to use this space to make this point one more time: Suicide is usually an impulsive behavior.
According to the survey, the students' top reasons for responding hurtfully were that they had acted quickly without thinking of the consequences and the focus of their action was someone who had picked on them or a friend--in other words, impulsive behavior and retaliation.
The symptoms of bipolar disorder include alternating periods of depression and high or irritable mood, increased activity and restlessness, racing thoughts, talking fast, impulsive behavior and a decreased need for sleep.
Psychopathy involves a lack of empathy and regard for others, and a tendency toward impulsive behavior.
E-collars in particular have become more sophisticated with a multitude of high-tech features that have made lessons in learned behavior and the control of impulsive behavior easier, more efficient and more humane.