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  • noun

Synonyms for behavior

the manner in which one behaves

the way in which a machine or other thing performs or functions

Synonyms for behavior

the action or reaction of something (as a machine or substance) under specified circumstances

(psychology) the aggregate of the responses or reactions or movements made by an organism in any situation

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As the leader in behavioral targeting for online advertising, we believe Revenue Science can help Gannett to deliver improvements to our behaviorally targeted advertising program in terms of service, flexibility and overall performance.
Do we want attitudinally loyal members, or behaviorally loyal members?
Behaviorally infected teens had five times the number of pregnancies compared to their HIV-negative counterparts and were more prone to premature births and spontaneous abortions than their HIV-negative peers.
Most important, they wanted a linguistically oriented database, as well as a behaviorally oriented one.
After months of mental stimulation, it was impossible to differentiate these mice from the behaviorally normal, healthy mice," said Huntington Potter, Ph.
Because a gym full of active kids differs from the regular classroom environment, teacher training sessions include a healthy dose of PE management tips-such as how to divide students to physically and behaviorally balance teams.
A focus on basic techniques for interacting with behaviorally challenged residents.
It is not uncommon for those who hold these values to convey a certain invulnerability that often translates behaviorally as lack of respect, under-appreciating multiple perspectives, objectivity polarized against emotion and intuition, failure to seek win-win solutions, or as insularity and lack of openness.
He emphasizes that it is important to confirm this relationship, "because whatever risk is conferred by sunlight is, in principle, behaviorally avoidable.
While the on campus delivery of courses is the preferred format for behaviorally oriented classes, the author utilized WebCT to deliver a very experientially based, required course in the MBA program.
Among the differentiations discussed are effort versus ability as causes of achievement performance, moral versus outcome evaluation, biologically versus behaviorally based stigmas, stigma onset versus stigma offset, reward for compliance versus threat of punishment for noncompliance, pro- versus antisocial behavior, and retributive versus utilitarian punishment goals.