Behavioural Sciences

Behavioural sciences explore the cognitive processes within organisms and the behavioral interactions between organisms in the natural world. It involves the systematic analysis and investigation of human and animal behavior through naturalistic observation, controlled scientific experimentation and mathematical modeling. It attempts to accomplish legitimate, objective conclusions through rigorous formulations and observation. Examples of behavioral sciences include psychology, psychobiology, anthropology, and cognitive science. Generally, behavior science deals primarily with human action and often seeks to generalize about human behavior as it relates to society.

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UNDP: United Nations Development Programme · 15 April 2024 English

This policy brief analyses the possible convergence of SDG indicators for Colombia. The methodology uses an agent-based model to depict the distribution of public resources for the SDGs within governments, …

economics, computational social science, and behavioural sciences.7 Using an agent-based model that considers


DIE: The German Institute for Adult Education - Leibniz Centre for Lifelong Learning · 3 April 2024 German

Martin Faktoren auf der Mikro-, FernUniversität Hagen Meso- und Makroebene auf die Professionalitätsent- laufend wicklung der Lehrenden in der Erwachsenen- und Wei- terbildung Julian Hemmerich Entkopplungsprozesse in laufend Dr. [...] …

Professor, Linköping University; Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning (IBL); Division of Edu- cation


MEI: The Mile End Institute · 26 March 2024 English

Contributing to the development of policy, or a change in policy: Research evidence is used to better understand the nature of a policy problem or to develop effective policy solutions; …

Biological Sciences, School of Biological and Behavioural Sciences Dr Littlefair received Queen Mary Impact


Australian Human Rights Commission · 13 March 2024 English

This background paper seeks to stimulate discussion and advance Australia’s understanding of both neurotechnology and its human rights risks. It is by no means a comprehensive analysis of every issue …

2023) 14. biological treatment’ (2010) 38(2) Behavioural Sciences & the Law 165, 136. 195 Marcello Ienca & Guide to Biological Treatment’ (2010) 38(2) Behavioural Sciences Framing Commonwealth Offences, Infringement Devices to Biological Treatment’ (2010) 38(2) Behavioural Sciences Prevent Convicted Offenders from Reoffending’ Control Biological Treatment’ (2010) 38(2) Behavioural Sciences and Criminal Responsibility’ (2020) Neurointerventions


HDRO: United Nations Human Development Report Office · 11 March 2024 English

The designations employed and the presentation of the material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Human Development Report Office …

6 The potential to derive insights from behavioural sciences has been explored for enhancing the provision part by insights from the cognitive and behavioural sciences (DiMaggio 1997; Dimaggio and Markus 2010;


Redfern Legal Centre · 7 March 2024 English

In this way, this reports sheds important light on how the legal profession has responded – or failed to respond – to the broader public and policy discussions on workplace …

Agreements’ (2019) 31(1) Journal of Business and Behavioural Sciences 4 (‘Baum, Workplace Sexual Harassment’)


Redfern Legal Centre · 5 March 2024 English

In this way, this reports sheds important light on how the legal profession has responded – or failed to respond – to the broader public and policy discussions on workplace …

Agreements’ (2019) 31(1) Journal of Business and Behavioural Sciences 4 (‘Baum, Workplace Sexual Harassment’)


CCSA: Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction · 29 February 2024

Looks at how specific patterns of substance use may increase suicide risk. Highlights intersecting factors, such as the type of substance and the amount consumed, as well as biological and …

interest to regulatory bodies in the health and behavioural sciences to support ongoing training about substance interest to regulatory bodies in the health and behavioural sciences to support ongoing training about substance current and future providers in the health and behavioural sciences should prioritize curricula about mental and suicide risk for practitioners in the behavioural sciences is essential. • Coordinated, strengths-based


EU: European Union · 27 February 2024 English

The amended ECDC Founding Regulation calls for the Centre to focus its interventions on specific priority areas. In view of this, ECDC’s Strategy 2021−2027 has been adapted, including the Strategic …

States, training in the use of social and behavioural sciences for prevention and to set up a community


ECPAT: End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism · 27 February 2024 Spanish

El evidencia conocidas y debe leerse junto con abuso y la explotación sexual de NNA ocurren el “Documento de trabajo: Presentación en todas las esferas de la sociedad, dentro del …

family members of registered sex offenders. Behavioural Sciences and the Law, 47(611). CONSIDERACIONES TÉCNICAS


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