Abnormal feeding behavior for a rabbit can result in health problems and developmental issues. Rabbits feed constantly throughout the day due to their poor digestive system. You should probably consult a vet.
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briefly six definitions of abnormal behavior
I believe the answer is... Feeding a horse.
Normal behavior is basically behavior that is socially acceptable. Everyday type stuff. Abnormal is what lies outside that standard deviation. Things such as schizophrenia, bipolar, and other psychological disorders are classified as abnormal.
Looking at it from a behaviorist point of view they believe abnormal behavior is from their childhood. The culture of your upbringing determines how you are raised. In your environment or the culture you brought up in you observe certain behaviors and if that behavior is abnormal you bound to repeat it.
Sociocultural theories explain abnormal behavior by assessing how your ethnicity and how you were raised, and how it effects who your are and how you act.
It is NOT their duty to "Determine" if a Behavior is Abnormal. That's up to Society as a whole. It IS their Life's chosen duty to find the cause and treat the Psychological issues that cause the Socially Unacceptable or Abnormal Behavior. They Identify Abnormal Behavior using: Observation combined with thought, research, acquired knowledge, and collective reasoning. Abnormal Behavior may or may not be destructive to individuals or society as a whole. It may actually… Read More
then your behavior changes. abnormal behavior
Frank is arguing with a friend about the behavior of someone they know Frank says the behavior is abnormal because his minister said that kind of behavior was abnormal However Bill replies that th?
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He was rushed to the hospital after suffering an abnormal reaction from the medication. Did you notice anything abnormal about her behavior on the day she disappeared?
Too much of what? Without any more information on what you are feeding, how you are feeding your horse, the age and sex of the horse, excersize routines, etc. this question cannot be answered whatsoever.
This answer can be found in pretty much all Abnormal Psychology textbooks. It's my favorite subject, and I actually just finished taking this course. Abnormal behavior is classified as any behavior that deviates from the social norms of the culture or society in which that person lives in (keeping in mind the importance of cultural context - that what might be viewed as abnormal behavior in one country may be viewed as completely normal in… Read More
# overt / covert behavior # verbal / non-verbal behavior # normal / abnormal behavior # conscious / unconscious behavior # regulatory behavior # instinctive behavior # habitual behavior
Normal feeding behaviour for pet rabbits is to nibble on hay on-and-off all day, and to eat limited quantities of pellets and fresh leafy greens every day. Normally the rabbit will eat the pellets and greens within a few hours of being served, but every rabbit is a little different (some will wolf their food down, others will eat it very slowly). If your rabbit is demonstrating an abnormal feeding behaviour, it could mean the… Read More
Normal behavior is basically behavior that is socially acceptable. Everyday type stuff. Abnormal is what lies outside that standard deviation. Things such as schizophrenia, bipolar, and other..
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Type your answer here... It result to pyschopathology.
Why would the study of normal behavior be more important to the science of psychology than an understanding of abnormal behavior?
I wouldn't say that the study of normal behaviour is more important than that of abnormal behaviour; however, to determine what behaviour actually is abnormal, you need a sense of what constitutes "normal" behaviour to compare it to.
a horse has many behavior patterns it can have any feeling u as a person can have
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Abnormal and unacceptable behavior that is deemed harmful.
Anything that is not in the normal behaviours of a person or people
You would put a blanket on a horse in the winter to save him from getting a cold or even dieing. However, if you do not clip your horse, it is better to leave him unblanketed. To tell if your horse is cold enough to blanket him, touch his ears. If the are cold, he is most likely cold. If they are not, he is fine as is. Also look for abnormal behavior. If he… Read More
Abnormal lion behaviour is: - pacing up and down - not hunting or eating - not interested in females - over grooming etc..
How do you distinguish between normal and abnormal behavior as far as mental disorders are concerned?
normal and abnormal differ in degree and not in kind. a behavior can be considered normal in one situation and abnormal in another. for ex. if a person has the habit of checking twice, whether he has locked the door properly, his behavior will be considered normal, but if he repeats this activity again and again, then his same behavior will be considered as abnormal. this is an example of obsessive compulsive disorder. another ex… Read More
abnormal behavior is anything that is not displayed as socially acceptable in television and by the large majority of a society's population. it is anything not sanctioned by the ruling government of a society or anything that is the result of independent thought or creativity.
The behavior of the mind. The status of which is compared to what is collectivelly considered normal. Anything that outside of this accepted level called normal is considered, "mentally abnormal behavior"
abnormal and unacceptable behavior deemed harmful
NO horse is completely trained!
This question makes no sense, because physiological (or biological) psychology is a different branch than abnormal psychology. Biological psychology deals with organic psychological processes, such as what specific neurons do, what parts of the brain do, and what happens during specific biological events - such as drug usage or brain trauma. Abnormal psychology studies behavior that is abnormal in a particular context. This could range from depression to personality disorders. Abnormal behavior could have biological… Read More
unusual behavior, abnormal mental state and sudden collapse
Mania is an abnormal behavior in people with intense urge for something and characterized by un noticed odd behavior in actions and deportment.
it could affect the behavior because the betta will look for food at the time that you fed it. So try to keep feeding time within 30 minutes.
Srategy Horse feed. It can be bought at your local feeding mill.
Anything to do with the care of the horse is known as stable management.
B. W. Pickett has written: 'Normal and abnormal sexual behavior of the equine male' -- subject(s): Horses, Sexual behavior in animals, Behavior
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Feeding on a woman's......
Animal Behavior if that is what you were looking for.
Feeding a horse too many carrots will only make the horse fat because of its natural sugar content. Carrots are good for horses and as long as they aren't rotten, are very nutritious for the animal.
No, that is learned behavior and has to be trained into the horse by some man. Horses forming herds of one male and several females is instinctive behavior in horses.
Horse behavior is best understood from the perspective
Unusual behavior, abnormal mental state, and sudden collapse