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of or relating to behavior

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"Recruiters should identify behaviourally relevant bases of segmentation and develop communication, training and management methods targeted at the most promising segments.
He said: ``There's a whole host of provision available for children,from learning mentors in every school to resource bases in certain schools to deal with behaviourally difficult children.
There is a narrow margin between the behaviourally active =and lethal dose of PMMA.
The implication was that though people were anatomically modern in Africa from about 150,000 to 100,000 years ago, they remained behaviourally non-modern until about 40,000 or 50 000 years ago, when they suddenly changed and then moved into Europe and elsewhere.'
All dogs are vaccinated, microchipped, neutered, vet checked and behaviourally assessed before being rehomed.
The teacher, who is not being named, won the payout as a result of discipline breaking down in the school for emotionally and behaviourally disturbed youngsters where he worked.
"We believe this is the first evidence for an animal behaviourally controlling sleep and wakefulness simultaneously in different regions of the brain," the researchers say in the Feb.
Hickerson said that gamers who attend these new release gatherings tend to be both behaviourally and psychologically committed to the activity.
The men worked at Feversham School in Newcastle, a residential facility for emotionally and behaviourally disturbed children, aged from six to 19, during the 1980s and 1990s.
Here, we catch up with her and learn that the youngster was removed from her family in May and taken to live in a residential home for emotionally and behaviourally disturbed children.
The school, which catered for children who were behaviourally and emotionally disturbed, has now been amalgamated with the nearby Charles Darwin Special School in Wellington.
Dogs from the NCDL are microchipped, vaccinated, neutered, flea treated, wormed, behaviourally assessed and come with six weeks free insurance.
The scientists wrote: "We believe this is the first evidence for an animal behaviourally controlling sleep and wakefulness simultaneously in different regions of the brain."
"One scientifically interesting result of this research, which studied culturally and environmentally driven changes in land-use behaviours, is that it shows how Neanderthals could have disappeared not because they were somehow less fit than all other hominins who existed during the last glaciation, but because they were as behaviourally sophisticated as modern humans," he said.