adaptive behavior


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adaptive behavior

[ə′dap·tiv bə′hāv·yər]
(psychology)
Any behavior that helps the organism adjust to its environment.
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When the purpose of subgroup classification is to describe the extent of limitations in conceptual, social, and practical adaptive behavior skills, adaptive behavior scores obtained from a reliable, valid, individually administered, comprehensive standardized test that yields adaptive behavior scores in each of the following three adaptive behavior domains of conceptual, social, and practical can be used.
The interviewer asked general questions to examine the children's adaptive behavior. The given score to any question might be 0, 0.5, or 1.
Change in adaptive behavior on the ABAS-II, emotional functioning on the BASC-2, and sensory-related behaviors on the SP3D Parent Inventory were assessed.
All studies used same assessment tools to evaluate adaptive behavior: Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales [20, 22], Adaptive Behavior Assessment System [19], socially engaged imitation [21], Comprehensive Developmental Inventory for Infants and Toddlers [23], and Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function [24] for assessing behavior function (Table 1).
Therefore the goal of this factor is to examine adaptive behaviors without preconceptions about biological evolution being the only correlate.
2) Is there a negative relationship between three sub-scales of child rearing approaches with adaptive behavior of third and fourth grade female students of primary school?
3) Is there a relationship between the level of adaptive behavior of youth with ASD and the use of accommodations?
In a departure from this, this study examines dyadic relationships involving a brand-name high-tech firm and its suppliers to determine how power structure and the underlying relationship quality in dyadic settings influence partners' adaptive behavior (i.e., willingness to adapt processes or systems to suit partners' needs), collaborative behavior (i.e., willingness to collaborate in joint activities with supply chain partners) and ultimately operational performance.
Social skills and adaptive behavior in learners with autism spectrum disorders

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