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1 How do individual behaviours integrate to produce global dynamics?
2 Individual behaviours are deeply rooted in social and institutional contexts.
3 Cultures are collections of individual behaviours and attitudes .
4 What controls their individual behaviour so that a global pattern emerges?
5 Individuals alter their behaviours and sometimes individual behaviour initiates new social trends.
6 Olson's early work laid particular emphasis on individual behaviour and motivation.
7 Before CTCP, tobacco control efforts focused largely on individual behaviour change.
8 The government's spendthrift nature infects individual behaviour right across the country.
9 The impact of culture on individual behaviour is summarised in Figure 10.3.
10 The structural environment constrains individual behaviour , but also makes it possible.
11 Organisational and individual behaviour needs to change to really make a difference.
12 This awareness encourages a more conscious individual behaviour , which spreads cumulatively to neighbouring communities.
13 We now need to consider the effect of rapidly rising property prices on individual behaviour .
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19 Profiling technologies make possible a far-reaching monitoring of an individual's behaviour and preferences.
20 The individual behaviour and learning ability can optimise the organization's situation in its environment.
21 Understanding the dynamic learner: Linking personality traits, learning situations, and individual behaviour .
22 Fundamental attribution error : Group members base their decisions on inaccurate appraisals of individuals' behaviour .
23 A counsellor is more concerned with the parties gaining a better self-understanding of their individual behaviour .
24 Moral suasion is used when economically rational individual behaviours of economic agents do not maximise collective welfare.
25 This theory focuses on the degree to which an individual's behaviour is self-motivated and self-determined.
26 Shah's concern was to reveal essentials underlying all cultures, and the hidden factors determining individual behaviour .
27 It's the usual consumerist movement, change your individual behaviour , tactics familiar to most people.
28 It 's all aggregated - there is no interest from our clients about any individual's behaviour .
29 Individuals' behaviours are guided by what they perceive to be society's expectations and their peers' norms.