The behavioral problems discussed above have not just affected children but adults, too.
Skip another round of preparations and seminars; you are well acquainted with both parties' personalities and behavioral patterns.
Verbal reforms at this point are much less significant than behavioral ones.
The scholars had expected to find that behavioral ratings were a stronger predictor of academic success through elementary school.
Did Jordan have a history of mental-health or behavioral problems?
Further study has revealed additional resemblance in morphological and behavioral details.
Some human activities and the activities and behavioral patterns of humpback whales may be mutually exclusive.
The combination of morphological and behavioral characters in the living pygmy mice warrants generic status for them.
These limited observations on chorus structure in Smilisca show the presence of behavioral organization.
There may be behavioral differences between ferox and spinifer and muticus.
behavior be·hav·ior (bĭ-hāv'yər)
The actions or reactions of persons or things in response to external or internal stimuli.
The manner in which one behaves.