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UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Behaviour

European Group of Research into Norms / Est. 1985
ESF Network on Insect-Plant Interactions / Est. 1990
International Society of Behavioral Medicine / Est. 1990
International Body-Talk Institute
European Institute for Chemical Senses and Ingestive Behaviour / Est. 1997
International Society for Neuroethology
Society for the Study of Ingestive Behaviour / Est. 1987
Values Caucus at the United Nations / Est. 1994
European Neuroscience Association / Est. 1975
International Hoplology Society
AIT/FIA Foundation - Mobility and Society / Est. 1993
European Association for Behaviour Analysis
International Society for Applied Ethology / Est. 1966
Society for Psychological Study of Social Issues / Est. 1936
International Behavioral Neuroscience Society / Est. 1992
Intercontinental Federation of Behavioural Optometry / Est. 1996
International Stress and Behavior Society / Est. 2007
International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity / Est. 2002
European Behavioural Pharmacology Society / Est. 1986
Institute for Social Research, Ann Arbor MI / Est. 1946
International Society for Behavioral Ecology / Est. 1988
European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control
Men's International Peace Exchange / Est. 1992
European College of Animal Welfare and Behavioural Medicine
Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour / Est. 1972

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World Problems relating to Behaviour

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Obsessive-compulsive disorder
Sexual harassment in the working place
Bad taste
Loss of civility
Tobacco smoking

Action Strategies relating to Behaviour

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Living sustainable lifestyles
Assessing environmental consequences of human attitudes
Demanding accountability for anti-social behaviour
Providing alternative to traditional toilet habits
Promoting healthy lifestyles
Preserving traditional lifestyle
Externalizing trade policy
Reinforcing behaviour patterns in the young
Having bad habits
Using self-destructive behaviour
Externalizing aid
Improving habits
Accepting consequences of personal situation
Embodying foundational images of socially responsible behaviour
Maintaining ethical standards
Providing social principles for behaviour
Exploiting differences in sexual activity
Eliminating immorality
Stamping out sexual immorality
Developing compatible demographic data and global behavioural indicators
Requiring self-initiated demeanour
Abolishing unethical behaviour by government leaders
Enshrining law
Preserving traditional toilet habits
Adopting cross-cultural behavioural nuances to succeed in respective cultures

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