What type of behavior is a leader displaying when he holds an unfavorable opinion or feeling formed beforehand without knowledge?
This leader is displaying prejudice & prejudicial behavior.
What type of behavior is a leader displaying when he holds an unfavorable opinion or feeling formed beforehand without knowledge, thought, or reason?
prejudice Read More
An unfavorable behavior is the one not categorized as favorable in a community that they have certain rules and regulations for individuals how to react accordingly. Beliefs and habits as tradition can be considered another factors to categorize Behavior into favorable and unfavorable. Individual taste is the final judgment. Read More
When an animal is reinforced for displaying a certain behavior, the animal is likely to repeat that behavior. Read More
A parent who offers a child a favorite snack as a reward for good behavior is displaying a food behavior known as?
positive association Read More
curious (something displaying natural inquisitive behaviour) Read More
The student sitting at the back of the bus was displaying asocial behavior. Read More
That is the correct spelling of "abrasive" (able to grind, or displaying irritating behavior). Read More
Anger but more often frustration. Read More
After an unfavorable verdict in a court case against their political leader large numbers of his supporters run rampant destroying homes and property such behavior is a result of?
Such behavior is a result of deindividuation. Read More
baboons are the only animal, aside from humans, that have been observed displaying homosexual behavior. Read More
Yes they can if they are displaying mature behavior, and have generally spotless accounts. Read More
Learned behavior is a behavior that does not come naturally, as an instinct behavior does. You have to teach an animal how to do a trick, etc., which is learned behavior, for they were not born with the knowledge of knowing how to do that trick, etc. Read More
application of knowledge of consumer behaviour in marketing decision Read More
With more information about cost behavior managers can determine what products can be produced to maximize profits. This knowledge will help the organization build value for shareholders. Read More
No, it was in no way plausible. Especially as he was displaying behavior that he knew she would hate. Read More
i really dont know Read More
A business owner who was turned downed for a loan because it was to risky, had his accountant to change his accounting method from cach basis to accrual basis. Which he then applied for a laon with another bank (on the application there was a question that asked if he had been previously rejected for credit and he answered no). Is this business owner displaying ethical behavior or legal behavior and why? Read More
organizational behavior is the systematic study and careful application of knowledge about how people as individuals and as groups act within organizations. Read More
to help you understand your own behavior and others as well; in the process of understanding, your knowledge of the human's world is deepened too Read More
How might knowledge of organizational behavior help the company's frontline supervisors manage their employees?
Knowledge of the organizational behavior of a company is useful for supervisors when managing employees. The information could be used to create incentives and goals as well as provide workers with feedback. Read More
Experience Enduring Challenge Knowledge Behavior Read More
knowledge of microscopy helps to observe microorganisms and its behavior Read More
Yes. The animal with the most frequent observations of homosexual behavior are the bonobos of Africa. For more information see Animals Displaying Homosexual Behavior Read More
Ignore Bad Behavior, Dont Reward It.. Read More
Sociology is the scientific study of human social behavior. Read More
i dont know the answer. I am also looking for the answer. Read More
Most definitely. We are all responsible for our own behavior. Read More
What term do psychologists use to refer to permanent change in knowledge or behavior resulting from an experience?
LEARNING Read More
Principled behaviour is behaviour that is informed by some kind of background knowledge of the issue in question. It is behaviour that that is based on principles underlying the particular area of knowledge. Read More
If you would say "Are you good in science?" that would refer to your behavior. However if you would say " Are you good at science?" that can refer to your behavior or your knowledge. Read More
Emmanuel Lazega has written: 'The micropolitics of knowledge' -- subject(s): Communication in organizations, Organizational behavior, Sociology of Knowledge, Teams in the workplace Read More
direct motor behavior. hope this helped! Read More
Anne V. Bower has written: 'Sexual values, knowledge, and behavior' -- subject(s): Youth, Sexual behavior, Sexual ethics Read More
Here is a really catchy quote/phrase that I have personally studied with by Plato: "Human behavior flows from three main sources: desire, emotion, and knowledge." Read More
Education is a process in which and by which the knowledge, characters and behavior of the human being are shaped and molded. Read More
How would knowledge of consumer behavior help you in designing a marketing program for disposable diapers?
How would knowledge of consumer behavior help you in designing a marketing program for disposable diapers? Consumer behavior helps marketers to predict the expectations, perceptions and reactions of their customers and how to manage them for better sales. Therefore a marketer with good knowledge of Consumer behavior has the tool for retaining his customers. He does this by applying various approaches learnt as a student of Consumer behavior. One of such approacjes is the holistic… Read More
An instinct is something that is in-born, while a learned behavior is developed through training, repetition, experience, knowledge, etc. An instinct can be considered a talent in a sense. Read More
1) the science on mind and behavior 2) the mental or behavioral characteristics of an individual or group; the study of mind and behavior in relation to a particular field of knowledge or activity Read More
Rabbits will begin to display sexual behavior as they reach sexual maturity at around 12 weeks for males and 20 weeks for females. The best thing you can do about this is to spay or neuter your pet as this will reduce such behavior. If your rabbit is displaying this behavior towards you, sometimes giving them there own "stuffed toy" to play with can help to reduce their sexual frustration. Read More
Because the condition causes problems with general information and stimulus processing and integration, autism is typically extremely disorganizing to social behavior. Children and adults with autism have impairments in perceiving interactions accurately and in displaying typical social behavior. Autistic children often need substantial support and training to function socially in any meaningful manner. Read More
Lynton Caldwell has written: 'Toward understanding human behavior' -- subject(s): Human behavior, Interdisciplinary approach to knowledge, Life sciences, Social policy Read More
Hamsters can be very aggressive towards other hamsters. It is very common. If your hamster is displaying this behavior, it is best for it (and any other potential victims) to separate it from all other hamsters. Read More
"Chest-beating" is commonly used to illustrate that the subject is displaying dominant or aggressive behavior by comparing them metaphorically to an adult male ape beating his chest to proclaim his status. Read More
You can say monkey-like, if you're trying to describe someone who is displaying traits like the animal (either in appearance or behavior). Apish is also a word meaning similar to a monkey, or silly. Read More
Science is raw knowledge about the natural world and the methodology of pursuing that knowledge. Technology is how you choose to apply that knowledge. Thus, understanding semi-conductors and the forces governing their behavior is science. Using that knowledge to make logic gates from semi-conductors is technology. Read More
Studies of animal behavior and reactions can be applied to human psychology in a number of ways. This knowledge is used to decipher some of the human behavior patterns. Animals like apes are a good study species that can fit in properly in human psychology. Read More
Tipsiri S. Kanjanawasee has written: 'The effects of knowledge and attitudes about AIDS on behavior among the students of Chulalongkorn University' -- subject(s): Students, Sexual behavior, AIDS (Disease) Read More
The mission statement of the NIH is: "NIH's mission is to seek fundamental knowledge about the nature and behavior of living systems and the application of that knowledge to enhance health, lengthen life, and reduce the burdens of illness and disability." Read More
Its the potential of doing something referring to the already possessed knowledge,experience,expertise etc. Read More