behavioral dynamics

behavioral dynamics

[bi′hā·vyə·rəl dī′nam·iks]
(industrial engineering)
The behavioral operating characteristics of individuals and groups in terms of how these people are conditioned by their working environments.
The interactions between individuals or groups in the workplace.
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"Unless a patient is in a medical crisis, we think about the behavioral dynamics as first order and clinical issues as a very close second order, which is often 180 degrees different than a traditional disease-based model."
Antipoverty work through the Gawad Kalinga perspective is always grounded on behavioral dynamics that have economic consequences.
Experiened educators often develop an intuitive understanding of such complex behavioral dynamics, but a connected classroom could provide insights even to rookie teachers.
Richard Schmidt, professor of psychology at the College of the Holy Cross, is one of two principal investigators on a project titled "Modeling the Behavioral Dynamics of Social Action and Coordination,'' which was recently awarded a $1.4 million grant by the National Institutes of Health.
Additional panel discussions at the symposium included: advanced materials manufacturing, cyber and advanced analytics, biotechnologies, medical technologies, tactical energy solutions, human/social sciences and behavioral dynamics, and ground vehicles and robotics.
Research suggests that entrepreneurs behave differently than managers in large, established firms (Schjoedt & Shaver, 2007), and employees and managers in entrepreneurial organizations exhibit different behavioral dynamics as well (Monsen & Boss, 2009).
(1983) reassigned this law of physical motion to behavioral dynamics. In the case of the behavioral momentum metaphor, the discriminated operant (i.e., behavior) is analogous to velocity and mass.
My mentors helped me face and overcome obstacles, learn organizational and individual behavioral dynamics, discover my gifts and talents, learn and grow from my mistakes, and, most of all, realize the power of loving and being loved."
The unattainable bait may change the nature of the intraspecific behavioral dynamics of crabs in the presence of food.
This foray into understanding religion from a bio-behavioral perspective broadens that understanding and demonstrates what biological and behavioral dynamics are at stake in discerning what unites us in our differences around the religious world, and what divides us.
After ruling out the bridge's foundations and wind anomalies as culprits, the real problem turned out to be crowd behavioral dynamics and their impact on the footway.
Because of the intense level of involvement and multi-player environment of the game, the researchers were able to study human behavioral dynamics using the game as a proxy.
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