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Unformatted text preview: emale) T. commodus x T. oceanicus (male) (female) T. oceanicus x T. commodus e.g. echolocation in bats (Donald Griffin) avoidance by moths moth ears on thorax b. c. d. hear only in ultrasonic range; tuned to bats (male) (female) T. commodus x T. oceanicus (male) (female) T. oceanicus x T. commodus Maternal effect V. MOTIVATION a. Wallace Craig: Appetitive behavior --> consummatory act--> quiescence Lorenz: psycho-hydraulic model 1. 2. 3. c. Action specific energy Vacuum behavior Displacement behavior Black box model of motivation b. 7 PREDATION & FEATURE DETECTION Echolocation = Production of sounds to image the environment Amazonian River Dolphins WIRE MAZE MOTH EARS (NOCTUIDAE) 8 MOTIVATION MOTIVATION = AN ANIMAL’S RESPONSIVENESS TO PARTICULAR STIMULI AS DETERMINED BY ITS PHYSIOLOGICAL STATE V. MOTIVATION a. Wallace Craig Appetitive behavior --> consummatory act--> quiescence Neurological feedback: command centers b. LABEUM 9 Recurrent nerve Blow Fly Hunger SUMMARY I. NEUROETHOLOGY STUDY O F T HE N EURAL B ASIS O F B EHAVIOR I I . FEATURE D ETECTOR MECHANISM F OR I DENTIFYING K S I I I . CENTRAL P ATTERN G ENERATOR CIRCUIT->COMPLEX M OTOR P ATTERN IV. MOTIVATION PHYSIOLOGICAL S TATE - > R ESPONSIVENESS T O K S 10...
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