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by Claire H. Schiller
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e., Instinctive Behavior: The development of a Modern Concept. Canalisation of development and the inheritance of acquired characters. International Universities Press, New York. Lorenz K. 1957 (1937). The nature of instinct. e., Instinctive Behavior:The development of a Modern Concept. Waddington Conrad H. 1953a.
Items related to Instinctive Behavior. Bibliographic Details. Title: Instinctive Behavior Publisher: New York: International University Press, 1957. Publication Date: 1957. Home SCHILLER, Claire H. (e. : Instinctive Behavior. The Development of a Modern Concept. Instinctive Behavior. Introduction by Karl S. Lashley. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket.
It presents the development of their concept of instinctive behaviour by. .This is a summary or excerpt from the full text of the book or article.
As Karl S. Lashley says in his Introduction, 'The study of animal behavior during the present century has developed along two distinct lines, the products of professional psychologists in America and of zoologists in Europe.
The sciences of development and learning have been slow to acknowledge that absence of an identifiable experience that relates straightforwardly to a given . However, the behavior of Portia is anything but typical for a salticid
The sciences of development and learning have been slow to acknowledge that absence of an identifiable experience that relates straightforwardly to a given perception-action ability need not mean that experience per se is irrelevant to the emergence of that ability. A recent study reveals that a difference in diet (plain vs. energy rich) leads to a difference in how rats navigate (use of geometry vs. use of features, respectively). However, the behavior of Portia is anything but typical for a salticid. Besides hunting its prey cursorily, Portia also builds a prey-catching web. The typical prey of a salticid is insects, but Portia's preferred prey is other spiders.
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