BehavBriefFIGS

BehavBriefFIGS - Figure 35.3B Dominance hierarchies...

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Classical Conditioning Pavlov
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Operant Conditioning Skinner Box
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Figure 35.9
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Nobel Prize Ethologist Konrad Lorenz Imprinting Figure 35.5A
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Imprinting may play a role in song development Figure 35.5B
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Captive breeding programs for endangered species Must provide proper imprinting models Figure 35.6
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Problem-solving behavior involves complex cognitive processes Figure 35.11A, B
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Social behavior requires communication: Signaling = sounds, scents, displays, or touches Figure 35.20A, B
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Genetic Component? Differences in oxytocin receptors in brains of female Monogamous prairie voles and Promiscuous mountain voles
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Unformatted text preview: Figure 35.3B Dominance hierarchies partition resources among members of a social group Figure 35.18 needs of offspring and certainty of paternity explain differences in mating systems and parental care by males Figure 35.13 Territorial behavior parcels space and resources Animals Mark and defend their territories Figure 35.16A, B Altruism reduces an individuals fitness While increasing the fitness of others in the population Figure 35.21A An animal can propagate its own genes by helping relatives reproduce Figure 35.21B...
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2011 for the course BIOL 101 taught by Professor Hogan during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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BehavBriefFIGS - Figure 35.3B Dominance hierarchies...

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