macrobehaviors

macrobehaviors (maˈ·krō·b·hāˑ·vyrz),

n.pl in the context of hypnosis therapies, refers to instances of conduct involving intended actions and movements.
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The UCS, Young's modulus, and P-wave velocity exhibited different macrobehaviors in the specimens.
3) The UCS, Young's modulus, and P-wave velocity represent different macrobehaviors of rock properties.
Thomas Schelling, Micromotives and Macrobehavior (New York: Norton, 1978).