Types of behavior
A type of behavior is way to group behaviors. Any specific behavior might have characteristics fitting in numerous categories.
The way in which human beings or animals react to various stimuli or situations can be categorized as types of behavior. Types which are of unique interest and frequently studied, includes emotional behavior, in which an individual or animal responds emotionally to a scenario; bad behavior, in which people break interpersonal rules, for example being rude or otherwise not minding; out of control behavior, where a person cannot control his / her behavior; and also group behavior or how several people act in several situations.
Description: Accomplishes desired and desired goals without trespassing on the needs and rights of others. This also includes suitable emotional responses.
Example: Keeps hale and hearty eating habits; Acquires satisfaction for a work done or problems solved without depreciating others.
Description: Nonexistence of knowledge and skills needed for carrying out the behavior.
Description: Too much of a Behavior
Example: Consuming alcohol until passed out. Eats too much and Smoking.
Description: The behavior takes place at a place or time which is inappropriate. If it happened under other situations then the inappropriate behavior would be adequate.
Example: Exhibitionism or Bed-wetting
Maladaptive or Emotional Behavior
Description: Skilled with performance however has a stronger than distinctive autonomic system response, frequently it is anxieties and fears.
Example: Test Anxiety; shyness