Behavior

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Behavior describes the ways in which organisms relate to the surrounding world, with its constant barrage of stimuli. At its simplest, behavior may be separated into conscious versus reflexive (i.e. actions and reactions which are considered as opposed to those which need no conscious thought). In reality, all behavior may well be some mixture of those two types, even in relatively simple organisms...