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behavior

noun actions, air, bearing, beliefs, carriage, character, comportment, conduct, consuetude, course, course of conduct, course of life, decorum, demeanor, habituation, habitude, inveteracy, line of conduct, manner, manner of life, manners, matter of course, mien, mode of action, mores, personal bearing, presence, propriety, ritual, ritualism, routine, way of acting, way of life
Associated concepts: bad behavior, contemptuous behavior, good behavior, indecent behavior
Foreign phrases: Ad vitam aut culpam.For life, or until guilty of misbehavior. De bono gestu. For or during good behavior.
See also: conduct, custom, demeanor, deportment, manner, modus operandi, practice, presence, procedure, protocol, way
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Research into driver's visual behavior when lane keeping in fog
During the trial, some of these variables (such as distance between pupil centroids, angle of line joining centroids activities on the pedals) have proved uselessness in this initial phase of research for the interpretation of visual behavior.
But if deterioration in the search and identification produced by both tasks--verbal and spatial imagery--were the same, then we should conclude that, despite the obvious differences in visual behaviors between both tasks, the deterioration observed is due to a general interference, nonspecific to the task.
The target visual behavior must be performed consistently before proceeding to the next behavior.
Powerful 'collision context' mechanisms seamlessly integrate dynamic obstacles into this movement mode and the inclusion of ground management functionality makes PathEngine a truly complete agent movement solution and an ideal partner for SimBionic's visual behavior authoring system.
Recently, increased attention has been paid to the many ways in which cerebral disorders can affect visual behavior.
The combination of learning to use a cane and to develop visual behavior is particularly vexing for a student with multiple disabilities.
At the time, our field had been strongly influenced by Natalie Barraga's groundbreaking work on increasing visual behavior (1964).