Bodily expression of affect is crucial to human robot interaction. We distinguish between emotion and mood expression, and focus on mood expression. Bodily expression of an emotion is explicit behavior that typically interrupts ongoing functional behavior. Instead, bodily mood expression is integrated with functional behaviors without interrupting them. We propose a parameterized behavior model with specific behavior parameters for bodily mood expression. Robot mood controls pose and motion parameters, while those parameters modulate behavior appearance. We applied the model to two concrete behaviors - waving and pointing - of the NAO robot, and conducted a user study in which participants (N=24) were asked to design the expression of positive, neutral, and negative moods by modulating the parameters of the two behaviors. Results show that participants created different parameter settings corresponding with different moods, and the settings were generally consistent across participants. Various parameter settings were also found to be behavior-invariant. These findings suggest that our model and parameter set are promising for expressing moods in a variety of behaviors. © 2013 IEEE.