Goal setting (behavior)
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Goal setting (behavior)

Goal setting for behaviors refers to a specific measurable result involving a behavior, as opposed to an outcome. It cannot, for example, specify an outcome like a target blood pressure, as there are numerous behaviors that could be undertaken to achieve this result. Instead, the goal in this case would likely be taking medication 2 times a day, walking 10,000 steps per day, measuring blood pressure every morning at 9am, etc.