Definitions for "BEHAVIOR"
The interaction of the muscles and glands (and possibly neurons?) of an organism and the environment.
Birds' behavior is complex and diverse. From fancy courtship displays to diving beneath icy Artic seas, birds exhibit a wide variety of unusual actions that are fascinating to observe. Please visit Birds' Lives to learn more.
Specific, observable actions of a student in response to internal and external stimuli.
Keywords:  bark, dog, think, shyness, hark
Contrary to what you may think, you can teach an old dog new tricks. You don't have to live with behavior problems. Many of the most common disagreeable behaviors such as barking, biting, spraying, urinating or defecating in the house, etc., can be eliminated with the right mixture of care, patience and understanding. After it has been ascertained that the problem is a psychological one and not a physical one, there are many programs that can be implemented. There are specialists in the field of animal behavior modification who have had repeated success with even some of the most frustrating problems. Don't think your only options are to live with the problems or get rid of the pet. A little training can go a long way. Consult your veterinarian to find a program that will work for you.
Any activity that we engage in, from gross motor activity to thinking.
Hark, Hark The dogs bark The cause of behavior problems in dogs can be physical Managing a multi-dog household Is your dog a Time Bomb Possessiveness. Hand-shyness Can you dig it The walk--a training incentive Home alone Canine Behaviorists Pioneering Behaviorists Part II Pioneering Behaviorists Part III Hyperactivity in dogs Training devices How dogs think Temperament tests as puppy selection tools
Keywords:  react, viae, illa, jamrach, recordare
Conduct, as determined, not by principle, but by breeding. The word seems to be somewhat loosely used in Dr. Jamrach Holobom's translation of the following lines from the _Dies Irae_: Recordare, Jesu pie, Quod sum causa tuae viae. Ne me perdas illa die. Pray remember, sacred Savior, Whose the thoughtless hand that gave your Death-blow. Pardon such behavior.
Manner of behaving, whether good or bad; mode of conducting one's self; conduct; deportment; carriage; -- used also of inanimate objects; as, the behavior of a ship in a storm; the behavior of the magnetic needle.
1) Response of a system to its environment (As opp. to cognitive) [ITS]. 2) To act, function, or react in a particular way. 3) Result of an execution of knowledge
Keywords:  mixin, selector, attribute, css, ruby
The way a certain system behaves. We usually refer to behavior in respect to simulations, where behavior refers to the changes that lead from one state to another.
(behavioral attributes) the way a person behaves toward other people
a collection of attributes and their values that can be attached to elements to make the elements behave a certain way
Keywords:  infinite, transitions, path, tree
an (infinite) path of state transitions
an (infinite) tree
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a component that implements two interfaces, but in both cases it relies heavily on COM component technology
a Macromedia Dreamweaver term used to describe a visual way to quickly implement programming code without having to learn how to write any code
Keywords:  tuple, signals
A tuple of signals.
Keywords:  spikes, dramatic, rises, traffic, falls
List of dramatic rises, falls, and spikes in traffic in the last month.
a good example of a personal vulnerability factor
a class written in Javascript that kind of attaches itself to a running element in the browser
Keywords:  tip, mode, filtering, tool, interact
Refers to how applications interact with users. See also mode, tool tip, filtering, searching.
a small unit of control aimed at achieving one simple goal in a restricted set of
a combination of a trigger paired with an effect
Keywords:  things, living
what living things do
Keywords:  execute, code, methods
Methods that execute code.
Keywords:  value
a value, usually a
What we do.