Some articles on behaviors, behavior:

Recognizing A Suicidal Person
... A suicidal person may exhibit certain behaviors ... Other behaviors in suicidal people include reckless behaviors (such as increased drug and alcohol use, or taking unnecessary risks like dangerous driving), unexpected or unusual ...
Macdonald Triad
... fire setting, and persistent bedwetting past the age of five to violent behaviors, particularly homicidal behavior ... Nevertheless, some serial killers exhibited at least some of these behaviors during childhood ... Further studies have suggested that these behaviors are often the product of parental neglect, cruelty or trauma, and that such events in a person's childhood can result in "homi ...
Cyberstalking - Perpetrators - Behaviors
... many stalkers have unsuccessfully attempted to justify their behavior based on their use of public forums, as opposed to direct contact ... Classic cyberstalking behavior includes the tracing of the victim's IP address in an attempt to verify their home or place of employment ...
Leopard Lizard - Behaviors
... When in danger, it uses a defense mechanism known as "freeze" behavior, which means it runs underneath a bush, flattens its body against the ground and is motionless until the threat is gone ...
Sexuality In The People's Republic Of China
... Chinese sexual attitudes, behaviors, ideology, and relations have changed dramatically in the past decade of reform and opening up of the country ... changes have found expression in the public forum through a variety of behaviors and ideas ... sexual diversity such as homo- and bisexual behavior and fetishism an increase in socially acceptable displays and behaviors of female sexual desire a boom in the sex ...

Famous quotes containing the word behaviors:

    Whether changes in the sibling relationship during adolescence create long-term rifts that spill over into adulthood depends upon the ability of brothers and sisters to constantly redefine their connection. Siblings either learn to accept one another as independent individuals with their own sets of values and behaviors or cling to the shadow of the brother and sister they once knew.
    Jane Mersky Leder (20th century)

    Numerous studies have shown that those adults who feel the most frustrated by children—and the least competent as parents—usually have one thing in common.... They don’t know what behaviors are normal and appropriate for children at different stages of development. This leads them to misinterpret their children’s natural behaviors and to have inappropriate expectations, both for their children and themselves.
    Lawrence Kutner (20th century)