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Lab 6 Resource: Measuring Behavior: an introductory guide (200). Paul Martin and Patrick Bateson.
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Problems identified by Niko Tinbergen Ultimate Function  (adaptation): Why does it work? Evolution : How did it evolve? Proximate Causation : what causes it / How does it  work? Development : How does it develop?
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Field studies Influence of observer  Methods of recording Lab studies (observations  or manipulate variables)  Controls Order effects Interactions
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Observer bias Effects of the observer on the subject Independence of measurements Developmental effects Timing Interpretations
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Types of measures Latency Frequency Duration Intensity
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Sampling rules
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Unformatted text preview: Ad libitum- no systematic restraints Focal- focus on one individual Scan- focus on group Behavior sampling- look for specific behavior in group Recording rules Continuous- record every behavior as it happens Time sampling- instantaneous scans or intervals A way to quantify behavior more objectively Behavior Definition resting No movement, eyes closed freeze No movement, eyes open, erect posture saltate Jumping locomotion, as compared to running chirp Vocalization, short duration, quiet between pulses chatter Vocalization, long duration and continuous Creating ethograms and measuring behavior...
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2010 for the course PSC 78627 taught by Professor Karenbales during the Fall '10 term at UC Davis.

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