Behavioral Science Law and Legal Definition

Behavioral science is a branch of science that covers all the disciplines that study about both human and animal behavior. In behavioral science the study of human and animal behavior is carried out through controlled and naturalistic experimental investigations and observations and through rigorous formulations. Behavioral science investigates into the behavior of an individual along with the behavior of societies, groups, and cultures, and processes which can contribute to specific behaviors. Psychology, cognitive science, and anthropology are behavioral science.