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Princeton's WordNet

  1. behavioral, behaviouraladjective

    of or relating to behavior

    "behavioral sciences"


  1. behaviouraladjective

    Of or pertaining to behaviour.


  1. behavioural

    Behavior (American English) or behaviour (British English) is the range of actions and mannerisms made by individuals, organisms, systems or artificial entities in some environment. These systems can include other systems or organisms as well as the inanimate physical environment. It is the computed response of the system or organism to various stimuli or inputs, whether internal or external, conscious or subconscious, overt or covert, and voluntary or involuntary.Taking a behavior informatics perspective, a behavior consists of actor, operation, interactions, and their properties. This can be represented as a behavior vector.


  1. behavioural

    Behavioural refers to the actions, reactions and conduct of an individual, group, or organism in response to various stimuli or situations. These behaviours can be influenced by genetics, culture, attitudes, or experiences, and they can be observed, measured, and evaluated. Behavioural concept is extensively used in various fields like psychology, sociology, economics, and biology, among others.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of behavioural in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of behavioural in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of behavioural in a Sentence

  1. Melinda Mills:

    To understand why people don't wear face coverings it is essential to examine behavioural factors such as the public's understanding about masks and how to wear and re-use cloth coverings, what is clear is that it isn't the public's fault for not wearing masks in the UK. Rather, consistent policies and effective public messaging is vital, which have even differed across England, Scotland and Wales.

  2. Rasmus Tolstrup Larsen:

    In a post-covid time, the need for focus on behavioural change in relation to physical activity and inactivity is as urgent as ever before, modern physical activity monitors( wearables, smart watches or fitness-trackers) have the potential to be used as facilitators for behavioural change, providing direct feedback on activity to the user.

  3. Jason Luckasevic:

    There's so much more that could have and should have been done for these players who suffer serious and permanent cognitive and behavioural mental handicaps, how about the guys that are out there that occasionally forget the name of their friend, or their grocery list and have days that are very dark and depressing because they are still living an independent life? They get nothing.

  4. Diana Menya:

    I think it's a combination of environmental factors and behavioural factors. Something to do with what people do, what they eat, how they live and their habits, such as tobacco consumption and alcohol consumption. It could also be something like indoor air pollution.

  5. Adrian Gore:

    We have never ever been first to market, we have always been more of a disrupter, the behavioural model that we have has a great value in the banking space.

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    occurring from time to time
    • A. occasional
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