Behaviour Briefs

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AUTHOR
Chris Stuart
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3,44 MB
FILE NAME
Behaviour Briefs.pdf
ISBN
7778895271502

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The ultimate compact, quick ID guide to southern and East African animal behaviour, and the latest in the popular series of 'quick guides' to wildlife. This title: ? describes and explains the habits of the more commonly found mammals of southern and East Africa; ? matches concise text with action photographs that capture characteristic behaviour; ? serves as a companion volume to more detailed field guides; ? provides a quick reference and easy read for anyone interested in understanding wild animals and their sometimes baffling rituals.

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The ultimate compact, quick ID guide to southern and East African animal behaviour, and the latest in the popular series... Behaviourism, a highly influential academic school of psychology that dominated psychological theory between the two world wars. Brief Interventions for Radical Behavior Change is a valuable resource for clinicians a collection of fifteen to thirty minute therapeutic interventions based in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) that can be used to help clients overcome any psychological difficulty, including anxiety, depression, and substance abuse. Policy brief: Behaviour change 4 be criticised and dismissed more than existing belief, resulting in suboptimal decisions being made, including options that can go against that individual's interest. Present bias Individuals will evaluate options based on immediate, rather than long-term gains, as immediate system one gratification cannot override system two long-term planning.

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