Synonyms for behavioral

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Some human activities and the activities and behavioral patterns of humpback whales may be mutually exclusive.

Some behavioral differences, however, are pointed out in the account of P. pectoralis.

These limited observations on chorus structure in Smilisca show the presence of behavioral organization.

Juveniles appear particularly aggressive and strike repeatedly when approached, a behavioral pattern definitely favoring survival.

Behavioral psychotherapy seems to have been developed to respond especially to present needs.

Nevertheless, behavioral therapies do tend to aim for concrete, specific, and prompt relief of symptoms.

The combination of morphological and behavioral characters in the living pygmy mice warrants generic status for them.

There may be behavioral differences between ferox and spinifer and muticus.

These are all behavioral adaptations that seem in harmony with its mode of life.

These size differences are almost certainly correlated with behavioral and ecological differences among the snakes involved.

WORD ORIGIN

1927, in psychology, from behavior + -al (1).