ethology


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the branch of zoology that studies the behavior of animals in their natural habitats

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The only thing that we are to consider in considering mindedness is the living human being, and Hegel's developmental-cognitive ethology will trace how the living human being, through its own activity, enabled by its organization, and in response to its environment, comes to develop concepts and a sense of self, without relying on the positing of any simply given representations in mind, hence also without separating representing from responding, at least in initial stages of development.
He told RTE's News at One: "The ethology is changing, a lot of these suicides or attempted suicide cases would be road traffic accidents.
Sharp argues that reading affect, idea, and reason within a politics of renaturalization reveals Spinoza's ethics to be an ethology rather than a system of morality.
So do passages on ethology from Deleuze's books, especially those passages in which he talks about the tick.
He covered a very large spectrum of fields: systematics, morphology, speciation, ecology, ethology, zoogeography, paleontology, and other aspects of an applied nature.
For each of these species there is a brief overview of their paleontological origin and position in animal classification and a short section on their anatomy and the terminology used; this is followed by a consideration of the two most important aspects of these animals, their biology and ethology.
The findings were published in the journal Ethology.
His published work focused on animal behavior along the boundaries of learning, ethology, and biopsychology.
Research published in Ethology finds that people with bloodshot eyes are considered sadder, unhealthier and less attractive than people whose eye whites are untinted, a cue which is uniquely human.
Formerly, he was a professor of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences at the University of California at Los Angeles and editor of the journal Ethology and Sociobiology.
Regional Secretary of the International Society of Applied Ethology.
Congress of the International Society of Applied Ethology (ISAE) (44th: 2010: Uppsala, Sweden.
The study was done by researchers in applied ethology according to the ethical rules laid down by ASAB and the Canadian Council for the Protection of Animals.
Hidaka was known for his contribution to the dissemination of ethology in Japan through his translations of animal behavior studies, and for the establishment of the Japan Ethological Society in 1982 for which he served as chairman.
Birds of Oregon and General Science will feature a talk by Rick Ahrens called "Mythology, Ethology and Biology of Animals" on Thursday from 9 a.