Definition of behavioural in English:

behavioural

Line breaks: be|hav¦iour¦al
Pronunciation: /bɪˈheɪvjər(ə)l
 
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(US behavioral)

adjective

Involving, relating to, or emphasizing behaviour: closely related species have similar behavioural patterns a behavioural approach to children’s language
More example sentences
  • Autonomic responses are among the richest sources of adaptive behavioral patterns.
  • Second, this fear of a specific concrete object allowed use of a behavioral approach test.
  • Only one pair was observed at a time in order to time behavioral patterns precisely.

Derivatives

behaviourally

adverb
More example sentences
  • Well we are still learning about that and behavioural investigators have said for some time now that behaviourally people mature later than we thought.
  • But many people so diagnosed do not show such abnormalities, and many people who are behaviourally not violent do show them.
  • Lions in zoos are behaviourally quite a different matter, as you'd know: they're a social animal, they'll lie or eat and they'll play with each other and they work very well.

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