- adj. Of or pertaining to behaviour.
- adj. of or relating to behavior
“Long before I understood what the term behavioural psychology meant, I was studying people, absorbing and processing information and learning lessons.”
“April 25 marks the annual Anzac Day event, a largely meaningless piece of slacktivism where people pretend that one hour of pacifist posing by attending dawn service is more important than long-term behavioural change.”
“This Saturday marks the annual Earth Hour event, a largely meaningless piece of slacktivism where people pretend that one hour of environmental posing by switching off lights is more important than long-term behavioural change.”
“I may be able to alter certain behavioural patterns, over time, and I can certainly admit that a particular thing I said, or a way in which I reacted was clumsy, aggressive, or just plain wrong.”
“The regulator said the proposed undertakings also rely on third parties completing certain actions, and involve complex and long-term behavioural obligations that present risks, creating uncertainty that IOOF could become an effective competitor to the combined NAB-AXA.”
“No, this "unnatural" nonsense is merely the superstitious hokum of the creationist who believes in behavioural decrees as aspects of a grand and unified design, an absoute truth writ in the spiritual order, manifest in the natural order and to be obeyed in the social order.”
“The temptation is to rely on mass promotional activity to stimulate sales and guard market share but this comes with an obvious financial cost, in addition to a longer term behavioural cost.”
“Dingos and the unusual New Guinea singing dog are part of the pariah dog complex, though the singing dog is so odd in behavioural, molecular and morphological features that it might warrant specific status (Koler-Matznick et al. 2001, 2003).”
“Not for no reason I got that A in behavioural approaches.”
“I remember reading an article some years back that claimed that certain behavioural traits (irritability, anxiety, etc.) were more influenced by genetics than by training.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘behavioural’.
All these terms have a (different) American English equivalent. Wonder if you can identify them?
Looking for tweets for behavioural.