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by Klaus Immelmann

Author: Klaus Immelmann
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; First Edition edition (November 1, 1980)
Pages: 237 pages
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Xii, 237 pages : 26 cm. Translation of Einführung in die Verhaltensforschung. Includes bibliographical references (pages 211-216).

Xii, 237 pages : 26 cm. Aims, Methods, and Areas of Ethology - Basic Ethological Concepts - External Stimuli - Temporal and Hierarchical Organization of Behavior - Behavioral Physiology - Ontogeny of Behavior - Learning - Social Behavior - Behavior Genetics - Phylogenetic Development of Behavior - Influence of Domestication on Behavior - Ethology and Phychology. Committed to retain 20160630. Translation of Einfuhrung in die Verhaltensforschung.

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Ethology, the study of the biology of behavior, has grown tremendously during the last few decades

Ethology, the study of the biology of behavior, has grown tremendously during the last few decades.

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Introduction to Ethology. Experimental Ethology. 2 Basic Ethological Concepts.

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A Dictionary of Ethology by Klaus Immelmann and Colin Beer. 186. Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format (PDF). For best results viewing and printing PDF documents, it is recommended that you download the documents to your computer and open them with Adobe Reader. PDF documents opened from your browser may not display or print as intended. Download the latest version of Adobe Reader, free of charge.

Klaus Immelmann (1935-1987) was a German professor of zoology and department head of ethology, with a special interest in ornithology. His second and third visit to South Africa were in 1969 and 1971. Immelmann became a permanent executive member of the International Ornithological Union, and its president in 1986.

Автор: Klaus Immelmann Название: Introduction to Ethology ISBN: 1468410563 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781468410563 .

Klaus Immelmann and Colin Beer have responded to the acute need for an authoritative dictionary of ethology with this . Representing the culmination of two decades of assiduous scholarship, this book will be immensely useful to neophyte and professional alike.

Klaus Immelmann and Colin Beer have responded to the acute need for an authoritative dictionary of ethology with this valuable guide to the world of animal behavior. The authors present a balance of historical, enduring, and current terminology, providing clear and concise definitions of the terms central to ethological writing.

A Dictionary of Ethology. By klaus immelmann colin beer. A Dictionary of Ethology, written by two highly gifted investigators of animal behaviour, is a dic- tionary according to the second definition of the Oxford English Dictionary: a book of information on a particular subject that is arranged alphabeti- cally.

Ethology, the study of the biology of behavior, has grown tremendously during the last few decades. The large number of accumulated facts is difficult to survey, understanding and an appreciation of the ethological approach to the study of behavior have grown, and the number of attempts at holistic explanations for certain behavioral phenomena has increased. Because of this development it has become more difficult to gain an overview of the field, to keep up with new developments, and to update the subject matter by the inclusion of new facts in the proper place. The nonspecialist is unable to evaluate the more general statements in the popular literature, especially when such works are aimed at a broader audience. Hence, this book has a dual purpose: (1) to lend some order to the dizzying array of information and thus simplify inquiry into ethology; and (2) to present relevant facts and knowledge that will help the reader confronted with numerous studies and articles in the ethological literature.