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  Federal Bureau of Investigation - The FBI Academy - Behavioral Science Unit
Behavioral Science Unit training commitments are based on FBI and divisional priorities and availability of resources.
The Behavioral Science Unit conducts specialized and applied training in the above disciplines as they pertain to law enforcement for New Agents, FBI inservices and symposia, as well as for the FBI National Academy Program, international police officers, field police schools, and criminal justice‑related organizations and conferences consistent with goals and objectives, and available resources.
In its research, the Behavioral Science Unit focuses on developing new and innovative investigative approaches and techniques to the solution of crime by studying the offender, and his/her behavior and motivation.
www.fbi.gov /hq/td/academy/bsu/bsu.htm   (732 words)

  Behavioral Science
Students are encouraged to contact the Department of Behavioral Science for information and for advising.
Introductory level courses in one or more of the disciplines contributing to behavioral sciences would be helpful.
However, students with a major in anthropology, political science, psychology or sociology are to select the four courses from the disciplines other than their major.
www.csudh.edu /Catalog/200405/BehavioralScienceUG.htm   (0 words)

 Privacy Policy | Revenue Science
Revenue Science belongs to and conforms to the standards of the Network Advertising Initiative, which enables consumers to opt out of having their behavior tracked by our technology.
Revenue Science complies with the EU Safe Harbor framework as set forth by the Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of data from the European Union.
Revenue Science takes reasonable steps to assure that all Client information sent to us from our Clients is secured from unauthorized interception and to protect it from loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction in storage while under our control.
www.revenuescience.com /site/privacy.asp   (2310 words)

 SAGE Publications - The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science
The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science is the leading international journal on the effects of evolutionary and planned change.
The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science brings both scholars and professionals the latest discussion of efforts to improve the quality of human life.
The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science taps its interdisciplinary nature to provide you with complete and balanced coverage of the field s latest developments and advances.
www.sagepub.com /journal.aspx?pid=217   (0 words)

 Science Daily: News & Articles in Science, Health, Environment & Technology
Science Daily: News and Articles in Science, Health, Environment and Technology
November 18, 2007 — Doctors have observed, through a research carried out during the past 9 years, an increase in the number of children affected by tinea of the nails, as well as an underdiagnosis of this affection by...
November 17, 2007 — To ensure that the gut absorbs as many as possible of the nutrients that we consume tiny finger-like structures known as villi protrude from the lining of the gut to increase its absorptive surface...
www.sciencedaily.com   (3025 words)

 EurekAlert! - Social/Behavioral Science
Biologists at Harvard University have found that the epicenter of sex-specific behavior in many species may be a small sensory organ found in the noses of all terrestrial vertebrates except higher primates.
The finding suggests that the neural circuits that govern gender-specific behaviors, such as aggression and courtship, are similar in the male and female brain.
Violent behavior that occurs during disorders of arousal is provoked
www.eurekalert.org /bysubject/social.php   (0 words)

 Why Revenue Science | Advertisers | Revenue Science
Revenue Science behavioral targeting is backed by our ability to access and aggregate anonymous behaviors from our targeting media platform.
Revenue Science takes this data and creates a marketplace of behaviors accessible to advertisers and publishers through our Revenue Science Targeting Marketplace™.
The Revenue Science leading-edge targeting media platform enables us to work with agencies, marketers, and publishers to provide a more effective means of reaching engaged consumers.
www.revenuescience.com /site/advertisers/advertisers_why-rs.asp   (311 words)

 ScienceDaily: Behavioral News
In a study with zebrafish (Danio rerio), scientists have found that melatonin directly inhibits memory formation at night.
Scientists have shown that birds with higher stress levels adopt bolder behavior than their normally more relaxed peers in stressful situations.
When it comes to their social behavior, people sometimes act like monkeys, or more specifically, like rhesus macaques, a type of monkey that shares with...
www.sciencedaily.com /news/plants_animals/behavior   (674 words)

 Department of Behavioral Science - M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
To conduct behavioral research on cancer risk behaviors, including the development of a behavioral sciences knowledge base; and to develop, implement, evaluate and disseminate interventions that contribute to preventing and reducing cancer incidence, mortality and morbidity.
Further expand and strengthen interdisciplinary, collaborative research programs between behavioral scientists and other disciplines, including basic science, clinical research and population-based sciences
Assure a cohesive, multidisciplinary, critical mass of behavioral science investigators within a well-funded research program
www.mdanderson.org /departments/behavioralsci   (0 words)

 Online Bachelor Degree | Behavioral Science and Psychology Degrees
If you are fascinated by the inner workings of the human brain, a career in psychology and behavioral science could be your future.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that employment of psychology and behavioral science professionals is expected to grow faster than average in the next decade.
Involves the study of behavior and mental processes as well as the theories applied in evaluating behavior.
www.worldwidelearn.com /online-bachelor/psychology-degree.htm   (922 words)

 Behavioral Science Major at U Maine Machias   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Behavioral Sciences and Community Studies Major is an interdisciplinary program (we draw from anthropology, psychology, sociology, natural sciences, arts, and humanities) through which you can explore human community and learn how to understand, manage, and promote change - change in your life, change in your society, global change.
Behavioral Sciences and Community Studies students graduate not only with the knowledge and skills they need to compete in the job market or go on to graduate school, but also with a set of tools that they can use to meet and greet many of life's opportunities and challenges.
If you're interested in human culture and society, how we got here, where we may be going, and what you can do about it, this concentration is right for you.
www.umm.maine.edu /majors/beh/index.shtml   (278 words)

  Behavioral Science Degree Program at Mount Mary College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
A major in behavioral science prepares students for work in social and human services, business, government-in any area, in fact, where knowledge of people in the context of their societies is helpful.
Behavioral science is also an excellent second major for students in occupational therapy, social work, art therapy, communication, philosophy, theology and business administration.
Psychology/behavioral science combines the advantages of the interdisciplinary behavioral science major with a concentration in coursework to prepare students for graduate studies in psychology or other careers.
www.mtmary.edu /behavioral.htm   (257 words)

 Earn a Bachelor's Degree in Behavioral Science   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Behavioral Science program is for those students who wish to broaden their major field to include both Psychology and Sociology, Mercy College offers a multidisciplinary major in Behavioral Science.
The Behavioral Science major offers students an in-depth study of human behavior which provides preparation for a variety of careers in education, health services management, gerontology and counseling.
Behavioral Science major provides a lifetime's worth of useful insights and information about how individuals behave at home, at school, in the workplace and in the community.
www.mercy.edu /acadivisions/socbehavsci/BehavSce.cfm   (446 words)

 Behavioral   (Site not responding. Last check: )
High-risk behavior is the primary focus of the HPTN BSWG research agenda because sexual transmission and injection drug use account for a preponderant number of cumulative and new HIV infections worldwide.
Behavioral science plays a role in HIV prevention research not only through continued development and evaluation of behavioral interventions, but also because almost all other HIV prevention strategies have behavioral components, as do comprehensive methods used to assess and evaluate their efficacy.
While individual behavioral scientists participating in HPTN working groups and protocol teams continue to address the behavioral aspects of various biomedical interventions under development, the BSWG's principal focus is on the further identification, development, and evaluation of behavioral interventions associated with reducing risks of HIV through high-risk behavior.
www.hptn.org /prevention_science/behavioral.asp   (955 words)

 Behavioral Science Committee   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The role of the Behavioral Science Committee is to examine the behavioral effects of cancer and its treatments used in CureSearch COG’s clinical trials on the child’s cognitive, learning, emotional, and behavioral functioning, as well as quality of life outcomes.
Initial behavioral science protocols were developed to examine the impact of whole brain radiation therapy on neurocognitive abilities, behavior, emotional well being, and social competence.
As new protocols are generated, members of the behavioral science committee will seek to establish opportunities to advance our knowledge of, and ability to improve, adverse cognitive and behavioral effects of cancer and its treatment.
www.curesearch.org /our_research/index_sub.aspx?id=1784   (831 words)

 MC Behavioral Science | Courses
A study of the theory and practice of counseling including a survey of the various systems of psychotherapy (person-centered therapy, psychoanalysis, behavioral therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, etc.) and learning, through role-play, of skills needed to be a helper.
An introduction to the general field of sociology and its principle subdivisions; the nature of culture; the socialization of the individual; the character and behavior of social groups; social organization and institutions; social interaction, deviant behavior and social change.
An exploration of the problems faced by physical, cultural, economic, and behavioral minority groups in American society; the causes and consequences of prejudice, stereotypes, and discrimination; the nature of minority-majority group interaction; current crises and possible solutions; and some comparison with similar situations in other countries.
www.mcpherson.edu /behavioralscience/courses2.asp   (1449 words)

 Behavioral Science Quick Facts   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The behavioral science major, offered through the Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work, allows you to do the course selection and exposes you to a wide selection of different ways of looking at human behavior.
It is important for students who select the behavioral science major to make sure they receive advising as soon as possible to plan their graduation requirements.
See an adviser in behavioral science: Six hours of the 42 can be used as part of the college General Studies requirement.
www.mscd.edu /~ncate/departments/behavioral_science.html   (857 words)

The purpose of these centers is to support the translation of work from basic behavioral science research, and relevant integrative neuroscience research, to pressing issues regarding all aspects of mental disorders.
Thus, research programs in the basic behavioral sciences should serve as a source of concepts and methods for clinical work; data gathered from clinical or high-risk populations may prompt additional research questions to be tested with non-clinical samples, or new methodological questions to be addressed.
Relevant areas of basic behavioral research include: cognition, including learning, memory, perception, etc.; affective processes, including emotion, mood, and motivation; temperament and personality; social cognition; social and cultural influences and processes; attitudes and persuasion; interpersonal relationships; and fundamental biobehavioral processes such as sleep and eating (http://www.nimh.nih.gov/publist/953682.htm).
grants.nih.gov /grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-01-027.html   (4949 words)

 Behavioral and Brain Functions |
Behavioral and Brain Functions is an Open Access, peer-reviewed, online journal that encompasses all aspects of neurobiology where the unifying theme is behavior or behavioral dysfunction.
Behavioral and Brain Functions is aimed at the scientific community interested in behavioral and cognitive neuroscience, investigating the psychological, computational, and neuroscientific bases of normal and abnormal behavior including the mind.
Behavioral and Brain Functions's articles are archived in PubMed Central, the US National Library of Medicine's full-text repository of life science literature, and also in repositories at the University of Potsdam in Germany, at INIST in France and in e-Depot, the National Library of the Netherlands' digital archive of all electronic publications.
www.behavioralandbrainfunctions.com /info/about   (882 words)

 Behavioral science claims the decade
Those statistics illustrate what behavioral and social scientists are eager to emphasize: that even as strides in genetics and neuroscience have captured the public's imagination, behavior--what people think, and decide, and do--drives some of society's best achievements, as well as some of its worst failings.
That's the rationale behind the "Decade of Behavior," an interdisciplinary effort to promote the importance of behavioral and social science research modeled after the 1990s' "Decade of the Brain." The initiative, whose five themes include health, education, safety, prosperity and democracy, was officially launched on Capitol Hill in September (see sidebar).
For one, critics argue, the model for the Decade of Behavior, the Decade of the Brain, was itself not entirely successful in achieving all of its goals, including promoting the importance of brain research to the general public.
www.apa.org /monitor/dec00/decade.html   (1548 words)

 Social and Behavioral Sciences Information on Healthline
Many social and behavioral science disciplines are relevant to the understanding and articulation of the mission of public health.
Since that time, the theoretical development of economics, political science, sociology, and anthropology has accelerated, but it was often not brought to bear on contemporary public health issues because these issues were often defined in terms of the characteristics of individuals rather than as characteristics of social structure.
Thus, the interpretation of the role of the social and behavioral sciences in public health is very much tied to one's definition of public health.
www.healthline.com /galecontent/social-and-behavioral-sciences   (609 words)

 Wilmington College Behavioral Science Program
The purpose of the Bachelor of Science degree program in Behavioral Science is to prepare students to enter and advance in careers within the human services.
Demonstrate the ability to conceptualize, plan, implement, analyze, and report formal inquiry in the behavioral sciences.
The Behavioral Science Division recommends that students who transfer in six or more core courses and all 18 credits of core electives use any remaining electives to increase their subject knowledge by taking upper level electives in their field.
www.wilmcoll.edu /behavioralscience/behavsci.html   (464 words)

 NIMH Reorganization Creates Uncertain Future for Basic Behavioral Science
As Insel previewed in the July Psychological Science Agenda, the institute’s organizational structure is being re-focused to facilitate and accelerate translational and interdisciplinary science, to more clearly identify brain-behavior pathophysiology – and to translate this knowledge into developing more effective interventions that target symptoms and functioning.
It is clear that some areas of basic behavioral science, especially those directly tied to brain-behavior relations or mental disorders, will still have support within the basic science division, as will much of the research on human and animal cognition, learning, memory, attention, and decision-making.
For example, areas that were traditionally funded by the basic science division, such as much social and personality psychology, are being moved into the new translational research or AIDS and Health and Behavior divisions, with an increased requirement to re-focus work on the research’s application to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment for mental disorders.
www.apa.org /science/psa/oct4nimh.html   (503 words)

That is, basic behavioral scientists should not serve only in a consultative role to clinical/services projects.
Research Areas The goal of the TRCBS program is to support the translation of basic behavioral science research to significant issues in mental disorders and mental health services.
Relevant areas of basic behavioral research include: cognition, including learning, memory, perception, etc.; affective processes, including emotion, mood, and motivation; temperament and personality; social cognition; social and cultural influences and processes; attitudes and persuasion; interpersonal relationships; and fundamental biobehavioral processes such as sleep and eating.
grants.nih.gov /grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-04-151.html   (6073 words)

 Bridging Disciplines in the Brain, Behavioral, and Clinical Sciences - Institute of Medicine
In response to the need for such approaches, an Institute of Medicine (IOM) committee was asked to examine the needs, obstacles, and strategies for interdisciplinary training in the brain, behavioral, and clinical sciences.
The committee’s report, Bridging Disciplines in the Brain, Behavioral, and Clinical Sciences, contains recommendations that delineate, enhance, and accelerate a process that is already reflected in many training and research programs.
Although this report focuses on examples from brain and behavioral science, the principles presented may be broadly applicable in scientific research and training.
www.iom.edu /CMS/3775/5506.aspx   (254 words)

 NIDA - About NIDA - Organization - BSWG
The Behavioral Science Working Group was formed in 1994 to bring together extramural science staff across all of NIDA’s Divisions and Offices, who have a shared interest in Behavioral and Social Science approaches to drug abuse research.
The diverse membership of this group ensures a multidisciplinary perspective that spans research areas from basic neurobehavioral investigation, to treatment and prevention science.
Workgroup members are interested in how individual differences in behavior contribute to the initiation of drug abuse, to the transition to escalating patterns of use, and to relapse from abstinence.
www.nida.nih.gov /BSWG/BSWG.html   (357 words)

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