Because of stereotypic
threads' problematic nature, using them in media texts, which often grossly mischaracterize reality, have spawned parallel studies in communication and social psychology.
behavior, African lions, Lahore zoo, Safari zoo Lahore, Panthera leo.
Textual analysis involves analysis of some sample dialogues from Chhota Bheem, highlighting the particular linguistic choices and effects of these choices in promoting stereotypic
representation of females.
The child's gender affects parents' causal attributions for their children's performance in gender role stereotypic
activities, and that these perceptual biases influence the children's own self-perceptions and activity choices (Eccles and Jacobs, 1990).
Persistence of stereotypic
behavior: Examining the effects of external reinforcers.
behavior decreased from Whipsnade Zoo to London Zoo.
It is not easy to clinically distinguish these conditions, but according to criteria they are differentiated by  age at onset; no history of sleep disorders in childhood and adolescence; high frequency of episodes; absence of trigger factors; highly stereotypic
motor pattern; no violent behavior; evolution to complex motor behavior with falling down; and impairment of consciousness.
* What is the level of teachers' stereotypic
belief (conception) of the sources of adolescent storm and stress?
Increasing interest is emerging regarding the evaluation of currently used enrichment techniques that are alleged to reduce stereotypic
behaviors (Swaisgood and Shepherdson, 2005, 2006; Shyne, 2006; Wells, 2009).
Habits--including nail biting, lip chewing, and nose picking--also may be diagnosed as stereotypic
movement disorders, although ICD-10 lists includes them as "other specified behavioral and emotional disorders."
Surprisingly, avatar gender didn't influence judgments in typical gender stereotypic
Autistic Disorders (ADs) are neuro-developmental disorders in the category of pervasive developmental disorders chiefly described by three main deficits: 1) deviant communication, 2) impaired reciprocal social interaction, and 3) limited, repetitive and stereotypic
patterns of behaviors or interests.