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Behavioural Settings and Behaviour Mapping

Introduction

At first it might seem that behaviour settings and behavioural mapping are two separate and unrelated methods. Yet the true meaning of behaviour setting is that all behaviour is linked to a particular time and place; so any behavioural map is simply a record of behaviour that has always to be used within a behaviour setting. In a very literal sense behavioural mapping is really the footprint of a behaviour setting or settings.

For those unfamiliar with the term ‘behaviour setting’, it refers to a standing pattern of behaviour which is tied to a particular place and time, (these) are simply the easily observed events of everyday life like the grocery store, the lawyer's office, 3rd grade class. They can be observed to begin at a ...

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