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  1. Passive-aggressive behavior (1774 bytes)

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  1. Mahatma Gandhi (15439 bytes)
    48: ...ing unbearable for Indians due to the high handed behavior of the British. Indian servants were thrashed for...
  2. Psychology (2231 bytes)
    3: ...on used to define psychology is ‘the science of behavior and mental processes’.
    10: [[Category:Human behavior]]
  3. Mental illness (2009 bytes)
    2: ...tal health, Mental well being, Mental hygiene and Behavioral health
    9: ... identifying the maladaptive and self destructive behavior and eliminating them. It has been observed fact t...
  4. November 18 (6180 bytes)
    28: *Created Interlinks: [[Hindu]], [[human sexual behavior]], [[Vatsyayana]], [[kiss]], [[foreplay]], [[oral...
    34: *Created Interlinks: [[sexual behavior]], [[human sexuality]], [[sexual malfunction]], [...
  5. Sexology (2194 bytes)
    3: ...' is the science dealing with humans and [[sexual behavior]] and the study of [[human sexuality]]. Sexology...
    16: ...offences and [[criminology]] studies these sexual behaviors and offences. One of the most important sexolog...
  6. Alfred Kinsey (2831 bytes)
    18: ...ehavior in the Human Male and [[1953]] – Sexual Behavior in the Human Female. Exposure of the public to t...
  7. Alfred kinsey (2831 bytes)
    18: ...ehavior in the Human Male and [[1953]] – Sexual Behavior in the Human Female. Exposure of the public to t...
  8. Kama Sutra (1970 bytes)
    3: ...'', is a [[Hindu]] text written on [[human sexual behavior]] written by [[Vatsyayana]]. It is thought to ha...
  9. Toothing (1780 bytes)
    3: ...nt|handheld organizers]] to set up [[Human sexual behavior|sexual interludes]]. This rumored phenomenon was ...
  10. Cultural anthropology (4308 bytes)
    7: ...] believed that each culture came up with certain behavior independently, and often saw this as a process of...
  11. Incest taboo (2145 bytes)
    1: ... and their society, and the gap between rules and behavior.
  12. Sapir-Whorf hypothesis (4070 bytes)
    1: ...d the [[worldview]] and structures of thought and behavior of its speakers. Some understand this to mean tha...
  13. The Golden Bough (2091 bytes)
    5: ...niversalism|universal]] patterns of thought and [[behavior]]. Thus, ''The Golden Bough'' is remarkably even-...
  14. Culture of Japan (2980 bytes)
    3: ...on play a vital role in defining a minimum set of behavior and morality for the Japanese people. During the ...
  15. Gender bender (1677 bytes)
    1: '''Gender bender''' refers to a person or behavior that 'bends' or distorts expected [[gender role]]...
  16. Heather Has Two Mommies (2821 bytes)
    1: ... behavior|normal]] rather than [[deviant behavior|behavior]], providing a positive image for children of par...
  17. Butch and femme (3691 bytes)
    1: ...sbian]] and [[gay]] communities to denote sets of behaviors and power relations. Both are also sometimes use...
    5: ...who seem conform to typical standards of female [[behavior]], wearing dresses and [[cosmetics|makeup]], havi...
  18. Family and consumer science (1173 bytes)
    7: *Human [[behavior]]
  19. Dismal Science (2135 bytes)
    3: ...dam Smith]], that race did not determine economic behavior. Mill argued that when explaining why some [[nati...
  20. Deviancy amplification spiral (2671 bytes)
    1: ...the process whereby small incidences of [[deviant behavior]] are inflated in the [[mass media]]. This inflat...
    3: ...c overreaction to a perceived epidemic of immoral behavior. Examples of moral panic include the [[Salem witc...
    14: ...the perception of widespread epidemics of deviant behavior. The [[public]] is led to believe that these issu...
    20: ...may lead to the rise of copycat behavior, as this behavior comes to be seen as common and even desirable as ...

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