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    behaviour

    Hi there,

    When should I use 'behaviour' as countable and uncountable noun?
    For example,
    We study the behaviour(s) of human beings and animals.

    Thanks
    simon

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    Re: behaviour

    When ‘behavior’ (as a count noun) means somebody or something behaves in a particular situation and not somebody beaves towards other people. I think the plural form is more appropriate in your sentence.

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