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Why is intermittent reinforcement important for understanding the persistence of behavior?

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Why is it important to understand typical behaviors of children?

Just as a doctor must understand the normal body in order to diagnose and treat an illness, a teacher needs to understand typical behaviors in order to know if something is no

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What is the importance of understanding consumer behavior?

Consumer is the most important person. The business revolves around the consumer... So, while operating as a firm, it is essential for the firm to gain the good understanding

Why is it important to understand human behavior?

It's important, because it helps you relate to others. It can be a difficult thing to do sometimes, because each person is different and thinks and acts differently then every

Why is it important to understand the interrelationships of the 3 levels of analysis in the organizational behavior model?

it is important to understand individual level, gruop leveland oganisational level and you should also know that three of the are related to each other in the sense that this

Are psychology and understanding of human behavior important to teacher?

Certain elements are, but mainly just the basics. Reading body language can be improtant to teachers, for example to predict when a student is lying. The basic drives for act

How important are the laws in understanding the behavior and structure of matter?

It's not necessary to know any of the current 'laws' in order to  understand the   behavior and structure of matter. If you prefer, you can start at  Square-#1, and 

Is persistent childish behavior abusive?

Answer   very behavior - including infantile behavior - is abusive if it bothers you, you asked the perpetrator to stop, and he won't.   Childish behavior is usually a

Why is it important to study and understand the behavior of materials when forces are applied to them?

There can be various answers to this question depending on what you imagine these materials will be used for. Suppose you were building a dam and could not accurately tell wha

Why is an understanding of behavioral and psychological principles important for a successful interrogation?

In interrogation, you're generally going to look for much more than simple verbal reponses from the perpetrator. You need to look for cues (tells that imply the person is lyin