Some articles on stereotyped behaviors, behaviors, behavior:
... Though obsessive-compulsive behaviors are often thought of as pathological, as in the case of OCD, or maladaptive in other animals, ritualized and stereotyped behaviors are often beneficial ... These behaviors merit consideration because of the characteristics they share with obsessive-compulsive behavior, including a high degree of similarity in form and use among many individuals and ... There are many observable animal behaviors with characteristic, highly-conserved patterns ...
Famous quotes containing the words behaviors and/or stereotyped:
“Numerous studies have shown that those adults who feel the most frustrated by childrenand the least competent as parentsusually have one thing in common.... They dont know what behaviors are normal and appropriate for children at different stages of development. This leads them to misinterpret their childrens natural behaviors and to have inappropriate expectations, both for their children and themselves.”
—Lawrence Kutner (20th century)
“Carlyles works, it is true, have not the stereotyped success which we call classic. They are a rich but inexpensive entertainment, at which we are not concerned lest the host has strained or impoverished himself to feed his guests. It is not the most lasting word, nor the loftiest wisdom, but rather the word which comes last.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)