Category: Behaviour


The range of actions and mannerisms made by individuals, organisms, systems, or artificial entities in some environment.

These systems include other systems or organisms and the inanimate physical environment. 

Human behavior/behaviour is the potential and expressed capacity of human individuals or groups to respond to internal and external stimuli throughout life.

Personality types vary from person to person, which producing different actions and behavior.

Social behaviors show actions directed at others. It is concerned with the considerable influence of social interaction and culture, as well as ethics, interpersonal relationships, politics, and conflict. The acceptability of behavior depends on social norms, regulated by various means of social control.

Social norms condition behavior, where humans are pressured into following rules and displaying certain behaviors that are acceptable or unacceptable depending on the given society or culture.

Cognitive behavior: actions of obtaining and using knowledge for example how information learned and passed on. Furthermore, creative application of knowledge and personal beliefs such as religion.

Physiological behavior: actions to maintain the body. From basic bodily functions to measures taken to maintain health.

Ecological behavior: actions involving the ecosystem how humans interact with other organisms and how the environment shapes human behavior.