Havior

Hav´ior

    (hāv´yẽr)
n.1.Behavior; demeanor.
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Trait anxiety, state anxiety and coping be havior as predictors of athletic performance.
Attending yoga classes: Applying the theory of planned be havior. International Journal of Health, Wellness & Society, 1(1), 37-48.
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Given that one of the three sources of water supply for the body is feed moisture [4], effects of different moisture content of TMR on nutrient intake, sorting be havior, and production of dairy cows has been investigated [1-3,5].
never married (OR, 1.18; 95% CI, 1.02-1.37 for ideation; OR, 1.36; 95% CI, 1.19-1.55 for be havior).
Relationships between academics and problem be havior in the transition from middle school to high school.
The teaching in first year was advocated considering the students to be more receptive to learn ethical beyear reinforced throughout attendance at dental school havior.
the psychopath's be havior. (50) But other experimental studies
(2003), "Organizational Citizenship Be havior: A Conceptual Framework and Scale Development", Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 39(2): 194-204.
Every minute of sedentary be havior was linked to a 0.04% rise in 10-year death risk in patients with cardiovascular disease, and a 0.03% rise in patients without cardiovascular disease.