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Organizations relating to Behaviour

European Group of Research into Norms / Guyancourt, France / Est. 1985
International Society of Behavioral Medicine / Est. 1990
International Society for Neuroethology / Lawrence KS, USA
Society for the Study of Ingestive Behaviour / Glenview IL, USA / Est. 1987
Values Caucus at the United Nations / New York NY, USA / Est. 1994
European Association for Behaviour Analysis / Athens, Greece
International Society for Applied Ethology / Utrecht, Netherlands / Est. 1966
Society for Psychological Study of Social Issues / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1936
International Behavioral Neuroscience Society / Bandera TX, USA / Est. 1992
International Stress and Behavior Society / Slidell LA, USA / Est. 2007
International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity / Minneapolis MN, USA / Est. 2002
European Behavioural Pharmacology Society / Verona, Italy / Est. 1986
International Society for Behavioral Ecology / Melbourne, Australia / Est. 1988
European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control
Men\'s International Peace Exchange / Brookhaven PA, USA / Est. 1992
European College of Animal Welfare and Behavioural Medicine
Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour / Trangie, Australia / Est. 1972
European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies / Utrecht, Netherlands / Est. 1970
International Society for Behaviorology / Morgantown WV, USA
International Society for Comparative Psychology / Jaén, Spain / Est. 1983
International Society on Brain and Behaviour / Thessaloniki, Greece
Families Anonymous / Des Plaines IL, USA / Est. 1971
Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour / Neston, UK / Est. 1936
Association for Behavior Analysis International / Portage MI, USA / Est. 1974
International Council of Ethologists / Zurich, Switzerland / Est. 1949

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World Problems relating to Behaviour

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Fear
Anxiety
Nutritional deficiencies
Juvenile delinquency
Excessive television viewing
Heterosexual infection of women with AIDS
Maladjusted children
Torture through behavioural regulation
Class discrimination in education
Aggression
Cruelty
Psychological conflict
Obsessive-compulsive disorder
Self-defeating behaviour
Occupied territories
White-collar crime
Tobacco smoking
Student revolt
Sexual manipulation of domestic animals and plants
Excessive dependence on computer models of complex system behaviour
Sexual harassment in the workplace
Loss of civility
Impropriety
Biased presentation of news
Anti-social behaviour

Action Strategies relating to Behaviour

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Living sustainable lifestyles
Checking behaviour
Assessing environmental consequences of human attitudes
Demanding accountability for anti-social behaviour
Providing alternative to traditional toilet habits
Promoting healthy lifestyles
Using fear
Preserving traditional lifestyle
Externalizing
Externalizing trade policy
Changing behaviour
Reinforcing behaviour patterns in the young
Exposing snobbery
Changing habits
Having bad habits
Frightening
Using self-destructive behaviour
Externalizing aid
Externalizing relations
Humanizing behaviour
Internalizing-Externalizing
Checking destructive behaviour
Improving habits
Using insubordination
Accepting consequences of personal situation

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