Growing Points Ethology
P. P. G. Bateson, Paul Patrick Gordon Bateson, R. A. Hinde
CUP Archive, 1976. gada 7. okt. - 548 lappuses
First published in 1976, this volume is a collection of essays by some of the most prominent and active ethologists. It is organized into four sections: motivation and perception, function and evolution, development, and human social relationships. The first three sections reflect the four questions which are basic to ethology: what were the immediate causes of a behaviour pattern; what is its biological function; how did it evolve; and how did it develop in the individual? The last section involves questions of all four types. The sections are introduced and linked by editorials and the book concludes with an important statement on asking the right questions. The essays are forward looking and identify areas of importance for the study of behaviour. The volume is a source of formative ideas for students, their teachers and research workers in a wide variety of disciplines in the biological psychological and social sciences.
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List of contributors
a candidate principle for ethology
N G Blurton Jones Institute of Child Health University of London
Form and function in the temporal organisation of behaviour
Attentional processes and animal behaviour R J ANDREW
Sound production and perception in birds as related to
The place of genetics in the study of behaviour
Stages in the early behavioural development of altricial young
The study of animal play m J A SIMPSON
Rules and reciprocity in behavioural development
How far do early differences in motherchild relations affect later
Does ethology throw any light on human behaviour?
Kin selection in lions and evolution B C R BERTRAM
The social function of intellect N K HUMPHREY
Conclusion on asking the right questions
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