1424. Behavior Modification in Supervision and Management


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Y P Dr. Manchanda: 1424. Behavior Modification in Supervision and Management. 1981.



Behavior is defined as the aggregate of observable responses of an organism to internal and external stimuli.
From systems approach, in trying to achieve a goal, the observable action taken by a person to satisfy needs
and wants or relieve tensions and discomforts is called behavior. Depending upon the level of goal achievement
and the initial environments, the same observable action is repeated or avoided. This change is called the
process of learning.
In behavioral science there are two general approaches for human learning – cognitive and connectionists.


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