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It is different from a skill, in that skills are learned or acquired behaviors.
When the token programs stops the acquired behavior might disappear again.
As a result, newly acquired behaviors are subject to inheritance by subsequent generations - a form of Lamarckism.
In a history of primate studies, a leading primatologist argues that culturally acquired behavior is not limited to human beings.
As learning ability developed, however, whole response repertoires of acquired behaviour became possible and functioned largely independently of the innate bases.
This fact is very puzzling for neuroscientists, since dialects and accents are considered to be an acquired behavior of learning pitches, intonations and stress patterns.
His article Provisional Laws of Acquired Behavior or Learning makes frequent use of the term "modifying behavior".
In order to count acquired behavior as cultural, 2 conditions need to be met: the behavior must spread in a social group, and that behavior must be stable across generations.
Representative Dannemeyer, a California Republican, is the author of "Shadow in the Land: Homosexuality in America," which argues that homosexuality is curable acquired behavior.
Terkel conducted an in-depth study aimed to determine whether the observed behavior, the systematic stripping of pine cone scales from pine cones prior to eating, was a socially acquired behavior, as this action had not been observed elsewhere.
Evan Goldstein, co-proprietor of San Francisco's Square One Restaurant, noted that unlike American hosts, the Italians and French make a point of offering aperitifs to their guests, and "in that sense, these drinks are more of an acquired behavior than an acquired taste."