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used in Allegiant

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a part of something
  • However, we were surprised to discover that the behavioral modification component of our city's experiment was quite effective—up until recently, it actually helped quite a bit with the behavioral problems that made the genetic manipulation so problematic to begin with.
    p. 127.1
component = part
  • But for them, this transition has been a little bit easier than it will be for you—Indianapolis didn't have the behavioral components of your city.
    p. 149.7
  • After a few generations, when your city didn't tear itself apart and the others did, the Bureau implemented the faction components in the newer cities—Saint Louis, Detroit, and Minneapolis—using the relatively new Indianapolis experiment as a control group.
    p. 149.8
  • As you can see, he has the right genetic components for simulation awareness, but he doesn't have the same 'healed' genes that Tris does.
    p. 175.8
  • We did it when we first created each experiment that had a behavioral modification component, and the last one in Chicago was done a few generations before yours.
    p. 376.8

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