behaviour pattern

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behaviour pattern

, (US) behavior pattern
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The behaviour pattern is of sufficient severity to result in significant impairment in personal, family, social, educational, occupational or other important areas of functioning, WHO said.
Type A behaviour pattern (TABP) characterized by time urgency impatience and hostility has been traditionally reported to be associated with coronary heart disease since the 1950s.
The idea is to get an insight into the minds of teenagers and understand their behaviour pattern.
Lines do not demarcate areas; at best they suggest an activity or simply a behaviour pattern. The result is a random and free play of volumes and materials, mirroring the surge of spectators around the grandstand.
As it is National Anger Awareness Week, now is the time to take stock, identify any angry behaviour pattern, stressors and learn to re-programme any tendency to boil over.
I doubt if they will, once the behaviour pattern has been learned.
"Behaviour pattern is normally strongly synchronised to the 24-hour day, but we have noticed that the pigs given artificial light tend to develop a 25-hour day as their internal time-clock alters."
Summary: An Abu Dhabi-based psychologist said co-education will control behaviour patterns in children, especially boys.
I would suggest education involving group work, which focuses on behaviour patterns as opposed to the dangers.
Would these just be a redefinition of behaviour patterns while some new ones come forth as a result of this shift?
There will, however, be some that will require relocating due to change in crime and antisocial behaviour patterns.
PEOPLE are not "wired" to handle money well and should be given more help to overcome natural behaviour patterns such as over-buying in the supermarket while hungry, a report argues.

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