Some common human behaviors include crying, hiccuping, sleeping, blushing and laughing. Some of these common human behaviors appear to serve no real purpose, while others have explanations rooted in science. Crying, for ... More »

Demology, or the study of human behavior, has isolated three key types: aggressive behavior, passive behavior and assertive behavior. Each individual's proclivity for any one of these behaviors depends largely upon their... More »

Instincts are autonomic responses to external stimuli or various environmental conditions. These innate features are both physically and psychologically built into the human organism and are the driving force for many in... More »

An imagined risk is an exaggeration or overestimation of a risk or threat that can cause a person to overreact or develop a behavior that affects his confidence level or self-esteem. People tend to downplay commonly occu... More »

Color can affect a person's behavior because it can change the way a person feels. It can affect mood, feelings and emotions, as studied in the field of color psychology. Many schools, businesses, hospitals and interior ... More »

The study of human social behavior is called sociology, while the study of the individual human mind and behavior is called psychology. Sociology basically deals with human relationships and institutions while psychology... More »

The five types of human behavior, according to My PTSD are passive-aggressive, assertive, aggressive, passive and the lesser-known alternator, a pattern of behavior where an individual switches from one type of behavior ... More »