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behaviour

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Star Wars Battlefront update tweaks spawn timers, vehicle behaviour ahead of release

DICE's shooter available now to EA Access members.

By 12 November 2015

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The Witcher 3's 'major' update adds new movement option, tweaks horse behaviour

Find out about all the changes introduced in the new update.

By 10 July 2015

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Ravens are smart enough to feel paranoid

The birds show cognitive processes previously thought to belong exclusively to humans: the ability to imagine being spied on.

By 8 February 2016

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Killing time in Quantum Break

Hands-on with Remedy's unrelenting action game where time manipulation can save you from disaster.

By 11 February 2016

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SharkCam provides viral video, 'groundbreaking' information

The drone made famous via attack from a great white shark has delivered a wealth of new information on the behaviour of these amazing predators.

By 13 January 2016

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Long-term study finds video games linked to aggressive behaviour in children

A three-year study has found that long-term participation in violent video games may increase violent thoughts and behaviour in children.

By 25 March 2014

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Konami's treatment of Kojima is 'cruel,' says former Square Enix boss

Yoichi Wada attributes games manufacturer Konami's behaviour to a lack of defined leadership.

By 9 December 2015

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Bad online behaviour relies on group acceptance

It's not exactly news that anonymity causes some to feel they have carte blanche to behave badly online; but new research suggests overall group attitudes can change this.

By 9 January 2014

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Roo radar: Volvo develops software to avoid crashing into kangaroos

A team of Volvo safety engineers has descended on Canberra to study kangaroo behaviour and adapt the car company's collision avoidance software to work with erratic animals, not just pedestrians.

By 29 October 2015

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Ravens recognise cheaters, give them the cold shoulder

Ravens have demonstrated a behaviour previously only observed in primates: Recognising and punishing selfish fellows.

By 9 October 2015