ch 51 conflict

ch 51 conflict - Cooperation and Conflict Learning memory...

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1 Cooperation and Conflict Lecture 39 1 December 2008 AMPA receptor Aplysia associative learning CA1 CA3 classical conditioning conditioned stimulus conditioned response critical period dishabituation food aversion learning glutamate habituation hippocampus imprinting insight learning latent learning long term potentiation LTP Morris water maze NMDA receptor non-associative learning operant conditioning Pavlovian conditioning sensitization serotonin spatial learning tetanus unconditioned stimulus unconditioned response aggregation pheromone aggressive mimicry alarm call alarm pheromone auditory communication claw waving communication communication channel dance language electrical communication medium noise pheromone primer private signal queen mandibular pheromone receiver releaser scent marking sender tactile communication visual communication waggle dance Course announcement - Final exam There will be no essay portion. The final exam will be multiple choice only. It will still be worth 32% of the total course grade. It will cover material from the last third of the course. »¼½½¾¿¿À Á ¹ÂÃÄŽ½ºÄÆÇÅÃÈÆÉÊ Monday, 1 Dec. 2008 Room 302AB APPEL DINING HALL 5:45 PM Meeting place: West Entrance to Appel Center at 5:45pm How questions about animal behavior behavioral mechanisms (proximate causation) How is a motor pattern controlled? How does memory work? How do animals communicate? WHY questions about animal behavior evolutionary processes (ultimate causation) Why do animals defend territories? Why do animals form social groups? Why do some animals share? (Do they really share?)
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2 Why does communication occur? Manipulation Manipulation scent marking territory sexual advertisement Manipulation Aggressive mimicry Release alarm pheromone Benefit to others Darwin’s Prediction altruist (reduces own fitness to help another) selfish 1st gen. next gen. What happens to the altruist? Altruist gives to others, but produces fewer offspring. Recipient gains, produces more offspring.
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