• an odd bit of behavior
  • 少し奇妙なふるまい
  • harsh behavior toward one's inferiors
  • 目下の者への厳しい態度
  • one's behavior at meals
  • 食事時の作法
  • A study of breeding behavior in the wild has never been conducted; the artificial conditions of captivity may cause the observed behavior of pygmy hippos in zoos to differ from natural conditions.
  • Wikipedia: Pygmy hippopotamus
  • Accounts of a schizophrenia-like syndrome are thought to be rare in the historical record before the 19th century, although reports of irrational, unintelligible, or uncontrolled behavior were common.
  • Wikipedia: Schizophrenia
  • Although the rise of parent organizations and the destigmatization of childhood ASD have deeply affected how we view ASD, parents continue to feel social stigma in situations where their autistic children's behaviors are perceived negatively by others, and many primary care physicians and medical specialists still express some beliefs consistent with outdated autism research.
  • Wikipedia: Autism
  • Although these mutations will not be inherited by any offspring, they can affect the behavior of cells, sometimes causing them to grow and divide more frequently.
  • Wikipedia: Genetics
  • Anxiety may stem from preoccupation over possible violations of routines and rituals, from being placed in a situation without a clear schedule or expectations, or from concern with failing in social encounters; the resulting stress may manifest as inattention, withdrawal, reliance on obsessions, hyperactivity, or aggressive or oppositional behavior.
  • Wikipedia: Asperger syndrome
  • As the Cincinnati Zoo has had successful pregnancies, and other rhinos also have lengthy copulatory periods, a lengthy rut may be the natural behavior.
  • Wikipedia: Sumatran rhinoceros
  • Attacks on humans are rare, as cougar prey recognition is a learned behavior and they do not generally recognize humans as prey.
  • Wikipedia: Cougar
  • Cougars and gray wolves will kill adult bobcats, a behavior repeatedly observed in Yellowstone National Park.
  • Wikipedia: Bobcat
  • Critics claim captive life is stressful due to these factors and the requirement to perform circus tricks that are not part of wild killer whale behavior.
  • Wikipedia: Killer whale
  • Due to its strange appearance and behavior and the difficulty in seeing the species, this bird is considered particularly fascinating by birdwatchers.
  • Wikipedia: White-necked Rockfowl
  • Exposure of American White Ibises to methylmercury causes reduced foraging efficiency and it also makes them more likely to abandon nests owing to the disruptive effect of the pollutant on the bird’s hormone systems, which in turn affects parental care behavior.
  • Wikipedia: American White Ibis
  • For children, adolescents, and probably young adults between 18 and 24 years old, there is a higher risk of both suicidal ideations and suicidal behavior in those treated with SSRIs.
  • Wikipedia: Major depressive disorder
  • For example, behaviorism could be said to be counter-intuitive when it maintains that someone is talking about behavior in the event that a person is experiencing a painful headache.
  • Wikipedia: Philosophy of mind
  • Historically, some remains from other subfossil lemurs have been mistakenly attributed to Archaeoindris, resulting in incorrect interpretations of its anatomy and behavior.
  • Wikipedia: Archaeoindris
  • In 2007, labeling was again changed to add a warning regarding suicidal behavior in young adults ages 18 to 24.
  • Wikipedia: Sertraline
  • In BCS theory, this behavior is modeled by pairs of electrons entering a quantum state known as a Bose–Einstein condensate.
  • Wikipedia: Electron
  • In the absence of direct studies of the genus, primatologist Simon Bearder speculated that slow loris social behavior is similar to that of the potto, another slow-moving nocturnal primate.
  • Wikipedia: Slow loris
  • Inferences about behavior can also be drawn from examination of the inner ear.
  • Wikipedia: Majungasaurus
  • Instead of the energies in the modes becoming equally shared, the system exhibited a very complicated quasi-periodic behavior.
  • Wikipedia: Equipartition theorem
  • It is possible that this represents brooding or nesting behavior in Deinonychus similar to that seen in the related troodontids and oviraptorids, or that the egg was in fact inside the oviduct when the animal died.
  • Wikipedia: Deinonychus
  • Its comparatively antisocial behavior may be a recent adaptation to population stresses; historical evidence suggests they, like other rhinos, were once more gregarious.
  • Wikipedia: Javan rhinoceros
  • Martijn Icks in Images of Elagabalus (2008; republished as The Crimes of Elagabalus in 2012) cites the unreliability of the ancient sources and concludes that it was the emperor's unorthodox religious policies rather than his sexual behavior that so alienated the power elite of Rome that his grandmother saw fit to eliminate him and replace him with his cousin.
  • Wikipedia: Elagabalus
  • Nesting behavior poses the biggest risk of predation, making them susceptible to carnivorous mammals, such as the ring-tailed mongoose (Galidia elegans) and brown-tailed mongoose (Salanoia concolor).
  • Wikipedia: Ruffed lemur
  • Neutering them at around five or six months of age decreases the chances of aggressive behavior developing.
  • Wikipedia: Raccoon
  • Observed by humans since the dawn of history, the behavior of ants has been documented and the subject of early writings and fables passed from one century to another.
  • Wikipedia: Ant