behaviour

(from the article `Spence, Kenneth Wartinbee`) American psychologist who attempted to construct a comprehensive theory of behaviour to encompass conditioning and other simple forms of learning and ...
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behaviour

[Noun] The way people act.
Example: The teacher decided to crack down on bad behaviour in class by offering the pupils a system of rewards.
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Behaviour

Behaviour is an organism's mode of life.
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Behaviour

Description of what a person does in the context of others, action in response to a stimulus. An activity directly detectable by the senses of an observer.
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Behaviour

In Dreamweaver, interaction between objects of a Web page, for instance, the change in the display of a page element when the mouse pointer is placed over a link.
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Behaviour

The act or manner in which cats conduct themselves.
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behaviour

the aggregate of the responses made by an organism
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behaviour

The observable response a person makes to any situation. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Behaviour

The specific physical actions and reactions through which we interact with people and the environment around us.
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