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Latest revision as of 08:38, June 24, 2012

Action theories are goal-directed theories that assume the existence of a conscious choice that is instrumental in guiding the behavior, particularly in the light of predicted outcomes.

Action theory may refer to:

It may also refer to a number of different types of social interactions and associations, including:

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