In current social networking service (SNS) such as Facebook, there are diverse kinds of interactions between entity types. One commonly-used activity of SNS users is to track and observe the representative social and temporal behaviors of other individuals. This inspires us to propose a new problem of Temporal Social Behavior Search (TSBS) from social interactions in an information network: given a structural query with associated temporal labels, how to find the subgraph instances satisfying the query structure and temporal requirements? In TSBS, a query can be (a) a topological structure, (b) the partially-assigned individuals on nodes, and/or (c) the temporal sequential labels on edges. The TSBS method consists of two parts: offline miningand online matching. to the former mines the temporal subgraph patterns for retrieving representative structures that match the query. Then based on the given query, we perform the online structural matching on the mined patterns and return the top-k resulting subgraphs. Experiments on academic datasets demonstrate the effectiveness of TSBS. Copyright is held by the author/owner(s).