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Addiction (41)
Patterns of behavior under the control of an extremely strong and enduring reinforcer
Adolescent (15)
The psychology of adolescents
Adult (3)
The psychology of adults
Animal Behavior-Instincts (19)
The class of behavioral adaptations known as instincts that typically evolve over many generations
Artificial Intelligence (7)
The design and implementation of intelligent machines
Attraction (6)
An individual functioning as a reinforcer for another individual.
Child (63)
The psychology of children
Clinical (131)
The evaluation, treatment and removal of behavior disorders
Consciousness (5)
The class of self referential behaviors
Consumer (10)
Factors affecting consumer behavior
Creativity (3)
Behavior characterized by its novelty
Criminal Justice (5)
The use of reinforcement and punishment in the control of criminal behavior
Death and Dying (10)
Treatment of behavior problems associated with death and dying
Developmental Disorders (0)
The use of reinforcement contingencies to treat psychological development disorders.
Disposition-Personality (15)
The class of behavioral adaptations that typically take several years to develop, such as personality
Eating Disorders (0)
Eating disorders and the treatment of eating disorders.
Economics (10)
The use of reinforcement contingencies to optimize the economy
Education (19)
The use of reinforcement contingencies for the effective education of a society
Emotion (9)
Temporary behavior change caused by a strong stimulus
Environmental Design (3)
The design of environments for specific populations
Family (18)
Helping family members overcome disordered behavioral interactions
Forensic (18)
Characterizing, predicting and treating criminal behavior
Gambling (1)
The study of gambling and gambling related behavior.
Geriatric (8)
The study of the behavior of the elderly
Health (20)
The development of effective behaviors to increase or maintain good health
Health Care (3)
The use of reinforcement contingencies for the betterment of a population's health
Human Factors (13)
The design of optimal man/machine interfaces
Industrial (9)
The use of reinforcement contingiencies to optimize the behavior of workers
Infant (2)
The psychology of infants
Intelligence (10)
The speed of problem solving
Language (12)
The control of behavior by arbitrary abstract stimuli such as words
Learning (30)
The class of behavioral adaptations that typically take a few minutes to a few weeks to occur such as learning a new behavior
Marriage (8)
The repair of the disordered behaviors of spouses.
Measurement (28)
Characterizing and predicting an individuals behavior
Memory (13)
Behavior differences which occur with increases in the delay before recall
Military (0)
Psychological aspects of the military.
Motivation (7)
Strong tendency to behave in a particular way
Neonatal (1)
The psychology of neonates
Opinions Attitudes Beliefs (2)
The use of reinforcement contingencies to alter the opinions, attitudes, and beliefs of a society
Organization (3)
The use of reinforcement contingiencies to optimize the behavior of the members of an organization
Pet (23)
The removal of behavior disorders exhibited by pets
Political Systems Governance (3)
The use of reinforcement contingencies to establish or maintain the most ideal political system
Pollution (0)
The use of reinforcement contingencies to control pollution.
Population Size (1)
The use of reinforcement contingencies to maintain a population at it's desired density
School (11)
The removal of behavior problems associated with the school setting
Self Managed Lifestyles (7)
The use of reinforcement contingencies to empower individuals with respect to their own behaviors
Sensation and Perception (34)
The class of behavioral adaptations that require little more than a stimulus presentation such as seeing a light
Social (24)
The classes of behavioral adaptation that originate from the population context
Social Welfare (6)
The use of reinforcement contingencies to provide for the poor in a manner that encourages growth
Sports (14)
The optimization of the behavior of athletes
Visitor Behavior (0)
The use of reinforcement contingencies to enhance the effectiveness of informational exhibits.
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