поведение; поступки ; манеры ; режим
- If the work now arrives in time then this could mean that by changing the trigger you have altered the behaviour.
- It is not unknown for gliders to stall and drop a wing badly on a slow launch, and the behaviour of most gliders in the rain may be far worse than in normal flight.
- However far out an animal may seem to be going there is a tendency to swing back into a pre-ordained behaviour or orbit within which motivational satisfaction may be most probably attained.
- His thesis is that there is a double valence to behaviour - expressive behaviour which implies a state of emotional arousal and representational behaviour which "detaches the surface of emotional behaviour", not itself involving arousal.
- First, though, we have to try to understand the ordinary human behaviour that we usually call "normal".
- Visitors to Max Gate bore witness to Emma's tiresome behaviour and to the barely disguised tensions in the house, but few perhaps realised the extent of her isolation.
- The two modes fight it out in Schlesinger's Billy Liar , where the hero escapes from the constraints of life in an undertaking business by fantasizing himself as variously a soldier, Winston Churchill, a gunman mowing down his family or an aristocrat living with obliging parents whose behaviour is strikingly different from that of the real screeching proletarians.
- It is to be noted further that the Act, no doubt inadvertently, facilitates such behaviour by providing that the Tribunal shall give reasons for its decisions only to the Prime Minister.
- I locked her up for soliciting, disorderly behaviour, and assault.
- From such a position, deviant behaviour could be extremely good or heroic behaviour, such as risking one's life to help others or showing courage over and above the line of duty.
- A strategy's niceness is recognized by its behaviour, not by its motives (for it has none) nor by the personality of its author (who has faded into the background by the time the program is running in the computer).
- THE IMPACT OF THE COMMUNITY CHARGE ON ELECTORAL BEHAVIOUR: THE 1990 LOCAL ELECTIONS IN ENGLAND AND WALES
- She argues that the attachment between individuals - the relationship - resides in an inner structure which has both cognitive and affective aspects and affects behaviour.