In this case - Inthiscase, behavior....

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In this case, one behavior is used to provide information about a second  behavior. What the person says they will do is thought to tell us what they  will actually do. In this case, a behavior is used to predict another explicit  behavior. It could be talking about something predicting what will actually  be done, or turning away predicts screaming.  Even if the “outer” boundaries of a set are precisely defined there may be  variability in the elements within that set. A “group” implies necessary  similarity on only one dimension. All items with the attribute are  considered members of the group, those without it are excluded. When  forming a group based on gender one ignores eye color. It can be seen that  the rules which are used to define the group can be shifted such to include  more or less variety. A group could be formed of blue-eyed males, or males 
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course PSY PSY2012 taught by Professor Scheff during the Fall '09 term at Broward College.

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