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The Animal in Its World (Explorations of an Ethologist, 1932-1972), Volume Two: Laboratory Experiments and General Papers

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ISBN 9780674037281

Publication Date: 12/01/1974

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231 pages

146 figures

The Animal in its World (Explorations of an Ethologist, 1932-1972)

United States and its dependencies only

  • Foreword by Sir Peter Medawar, FRS
  • References to the Original Papers
  • Section III: Laboratory Experiments
    • Author’s Notes
    • 11. The releasing and directing stimulus situations of the gaping response in young blackbirds and thrushes (Turdus m. merula L. and T. e. ericetorum Turton) (1938)
    • 12. The spines of sticklebacks (Gasterosteus and Pygosteus) as a means of defence against predators (Perea and Esox) (1956)
  • Section IV: General Papers
    • Author’s Notes
    • 13. Behaviour and Natural Selection (1965)
    • 14. On appeasement signals (1959)
    • 15. Ethology (1969)
    • 16. The search for animal roots of human behaviour (1964)
    • 17. Early Childhood Autism—an ethological approach (1972)
    • 18. Functional Ethology and the human sciences (1972)

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