3 edition of Perspectives in Ethology: Volume 11 found in the catalog.
May 31, 1995
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||350|
Play fighting in Visayan warty pigs (Sus cebifrons): insights on restraint and reciprocity in the maintenance of play In: Behaviour Authors: Sergio M. Pellis 1 and Vivien C. Pellis 1Cited by: Cognitive Ethology: A Bibliography of Animal Cognition: Compiled by David Griffin Philosophical and ethological considerations. Ch. 1 (pp. 1 - 46) in Perspectives in Ethology, Vol. Eds. N. S. Thompson. New York: Plenum. Allen, C., and M. D. Hauser Concept attribution in nonhuman animals: Theoretical and methodological problems in.
Book Description. The Routledge Companion to the Environmental Humanities provides a comprehensive, transnational, and interdisciplinary map to the field, offering a broad overview of its founding principles while providing insight into exciting new directions for future scholarship. Articulating the significance of humanistic perspectives for our collective social engagement with ecological. There are important older contributions and new activity in anthropology, biology, ethology, philosophy, psychology, and sociology. Although not all are represented in this volume, the authors do represent a number of disciplines and multiple approaches that we believe merit further consideration and study, and newer approaches to emotion.
To an ethology audience, this paper attempts to reintroduce behaviour systems as a part of Tinbergen’s legacy to make accessible the theoretical developments of behaviour systems theory that have occurred outside of ethology over the last several by: 6. Challenges, Perspectives, and Issues Tara Harrison 1 Truman State University, United States of America Understanding Terrorism: Challenges, Perspectives, and Issues (5th ed), by Gus Martin, ISBN , Sage Publishing, Inc., , $ According to Martin, readers of his newest book “will acquire a solid foundation forFile Size: KB.
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: Perspectives in Ethology: Volume Behavioral Design (): N.S. Thompson: Books. 'A book rich and various in ideas and substance It belongs on the shelf of anyone wanting to keep up with what is happening in ethology.'-Bioscience, from a review of an earlier volume Beginning with Vol Nicholas S.
Thompson takes over the editorship of this remarkable this volume, contributors bring fresh perspectives to the subject of natural design. 'A book rich and various in ideas and substance It belongs on the shelf of anyone wanting to keep up with what is happening in ethology.'- Bioscience, from a review of an earlier volume Beginning with Vol Nicholas S.
Thompson takes over the editorship of this remarkable series. With contributions from experts representing a wide variety of scholarly fields (behavioral and social sciences, philosophy, environmental science, anthropology and economics), Peace Ethology offers original essays on the most recent research and findings on the topic of the behavioral science of peace.
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Bateson, P.H. Klopfer, Perspectives in Ethology vol 9: () Plenum Press New York Abstract. Compared to those of other primates and mammals, human life histories exhibit at least four distinctive characteristics: (a) an exceptionally long lifespan, (b) an extended period of juvenile dependence, (c) support of reproduction by older, post-reproductive males and females, and (d) male support of reproduction through the provisioning of females and their by: “Eibl-Eibesfeldt has, over the years, been the key figure to apply the approach of classic ethology to the study of human behavior.
This volume represents a capstone summary of his research and views of human behavior [R]esearch is presented in rich detail and by itself makes the book valuable. Upper-division and graduate collections.”5/5(6). This collection of essays was written by former students, associates, admirers, critics and friends of Donald R.
Griffin -- the creator of cognitive ethology. Stimulated by his work, this volume presents ideas and experiments in the field of cognitive ethology -- the exploration of the mental experiences of animals as they behave in their Cited by: 1. Human Ethology (German: Die Biologie des menschlichen Verhaltens) is a book about ethology by the ethnologist Irenäus author was praised for his discussion of human was credited with helping to establish that forms of behavior such as facial expressions have universal characteristics and cannot be understood solely in terms of learned cultural : Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeldt.
Perspectives and reviews on current issues, and short essays on controversial topics are especially encouraged. Perspectives and Current Debates. In the spirit of academic democracy, Ethology invites contributions to the sections Perspectives and Current Debates.
In these sections the editors hope to advance the field through stimulating. Toates F.M. () Motivation and Emotion from a Biological Perspective. In: Hamilton V., Bower G.H., Frijda N.H.
(eds) Cognitive Perspectives on Emotion and Motivation. NATO ASI Series (Series D: Behavioural and Social Sciences), vol Cited by:. ETHOLOGY. Ethology is the biological study of animal behavior.
It derives from the Greek root ethos, which, in normal English usage, refers to the manner of living, or customary behavior, of a social entity.
One may therefore speak of the ethos of a particular sports .All journal articles featured in Religion vol 47 issue 4.
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It did this by invoking theoretical perspectives from a broad range of relevant disciplines - psychology, ethology and primate behaviour, neurology, child.