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B Antecedent Variable at the moment it will be a manipulation for the behavior but hopefully another behavior will not occur.

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More often than not, the reason why people are moving close to us is because of a particular way of life or conduct which we have imbibed, whether consciously or unconsciously overtime. The character of a person, whether good or bad, can be determined through various behaviors and habits he/she is exhibiting. Although habits and behaviors might be working hand in hand in defining or revealing a person's character and identity, they are not totally the same.


Habits can be defined as the series of actions which are performed repeatedly until they become automatic. Most times, things that will engage ourselves in on a daily basis can turn to habits. Some habits are formed through conscious learning, while some are being built in us unconsciously. Behavior, on the other hand, simply means the way a living creature acts or behaves. Behavior means human conducts relative to his environment and surrounding. Many a time, our behaviors are formed and greatly influenced by the environment and things in it.

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Not real sure about this one and the program is doing strange things so I can't deliver my answer.

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The correct answer to this question is D, All Of The Above. Relevant to consumers, this single trait approach puts the focus on one trait being consistent. Others traits are just as important, but the single strait is related to a particular behavior.

Consumer Ethnocentrism is a reflection of a consumers belief against buying products from other countries. NFC or need for cognition is a consumers likeliness to engage with something that allows them to think. Lastly, a Consumers Need for Uniqueness how purchasing an item can make one stand out in society and enhance the identity of the consumer.

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The terms behavioral objective, instructional objective, and performance objective are all interchangeable. This terminology will change depending on the location. That’s really the only reason that the terms are so interchangeable. If you’re in behavior therapy, the first one would make sense. Even if it’s just a school counselor with a child who has a bad habit, the first term makes more sense.

If you’re in a traditional classroom trying to teach a new behavior (such as learning to write), the term “instructional objective” would be better because you’re instructing the behavior for the first time. “Performance objective” is more suitable for a sports therapy class or perhaps an art therapy, where performance of the behavior is more important than the behavior itself.

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The genetic sex of the fetus is determined by the father’s sperms. This determination is based on the X and Y chromosomes that the men’s sperms carry. For instance, an X chromosome from the man’s sperms combines with the X chromosome from the mother to produce a baby girl having XX chromosomes.

Similarly, a Y chromosome from the man will combine with the X chromosome from the mother to produce a baby boy with XY chromosomes. In many other species, the determination of the genetic sex is far more complex as there are different alleles that result in the difference in chromosomes.

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When Charles let the little girl say a bad word and then the teacher washed the girl mouth

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Consequence. the probability that an action will reoccur or not is basically the consequence of that action.

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