behavioral manifestation

be·hav·ior·al man·i·fes·ta·tion

a manifestation characterized by defects in personality structure and attendant behavior with minimal anxiety and little or no sense of distress, indicative of a psychiatric disorder; occasionally encephalitis or head injury will produce the clinical picture that is more properly diagnosed as chronic brain disorder with behavioral manifestations.
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