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Overt Behaviour

Overt means obvious, or visible. Overt behavior is that which can be seen and measured. Any sort of behavior that you can observe would be overt. Covert behavior would be the opposite, and would be behavior which is hidden or not obvious

|[pic]|What is an example of overt behavior?                                                                                       |
|     |openly antagonistic, any clear behavior ,openly greedy,raciest,                                                             |
|[pic]|What are examples of innate behaviour?                                                                                     |
|     |examples of innate behaviour are :- cry- laugh- smile- move- eat-                                                           |
|[pic]|What are the examples of deviant behaviours?                                                                               |
|     |Deviant behaviours There is set of social features ,which provided to man to regulate his behavior according to that set of|
|     |norms and values. Some of them in society fail to conform to these norms….                                               |
|[pic]|Example of Consumer behaviour and expectation?                                                                             |
|     |Want cheapest but best products. Want fastest but safest deliveries. Want lowest maintenance for highest effectiveness.     |
|[pic]|What are examples of risk behaviour?                                                                                       |
|     |Overchewing your food is inherently risky.Tooth grinding is a leading cause of child starvation in first-world             |
|     |nations.Raise global awareness.                                                                                             |

There are different forms of discrimination: race, sexual preferences, physical disabilities, etc. Overt discrimination means that all these people pay the same…