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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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.
Currently existing biologically adaptive behaviors, which have been discussed extensively in many other sources and are well-know enough not to need expansion here.
1) There is a negative relationship between the age of independence training and adaptive behavior of female students.
There was a tendency for those with lower levels of adaptive behavior to use accommodations more frequently, but the difference was not significant (t = 0.
Consequently, adaptive behavior is expected of firms engaged in supply chain relationships and has a positive effect on operational performance and partners' collaborative behavior.
Key words: adaptive behavior, intellectual disability, intellectual disability diagnosis.
By targeting and overcoming these limitations, this research will deliver new insights into the neural mechanisms underlying robust, yet adaptive behavior and minimal cognitive experience (see also [3][4][6]).
2007) concerned relationships between the constructs measured by the IAA and two other types of variables: (a) the ISAT, and (b) established rating scale measures of academic competence (ACES) and adaptive behavior (VABS).
The manual focuses on describing a person with an intellectual disability in several dimensions, not solely based on IQ or adaptive behavior.
To guide researchers and designers in developing effective adaptive GUIs, particularly adaptive control structures such as menus and toolbars, we first briefly summarize the design space of these interfaces before discussing three evaluation issues in detail: (1) the control of adaptive algorithm characteristics and their potential impact; (2) the user's familiarity with the task and interface; (3) measures that are appropriate for adaptive interaction, particularly the impact of adaptive behavior on overall awareness of features in the interface.

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