52-anbehavoutl - VI. Social behavior A. sociobiology B....

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Biology 3 Lecture: Animal Behavior (SBM9 Ch 52) © 2011 copyright Marta D. de Jesus I. What is behavior? A. It is B. Involves C. reasons behind the behavior. 1. stimulus 2. proximal/proximate cause 3. ultimate cause D. costs and benefits II. Simplest behaviors III. Innate or instinctive behavior A. (Lorenz) sign stimulus = releaser B. Fixed Action Pattern (FAP) IV. Learning A. simple 1. habituation B. spatial learning C. cognitive maps
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D. imprinting E. associative 1. conditioning a. classical b. operant conditioning 1) eg: Skinner’s rats 2. imitation F. cognition 1. innovation/insight learning/problem solving 2. self-aware G. play V. Individual behavior A. movement kinesis taxis migration a. piloting b. orientation
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c. navigation B. self-care 1. foraging 2. grooming 3. self-protection
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Unformatted text preview: VI. Social behavior A. sociobiology B. communication 1. smell cues 2. visual cues 3. sound 4. complex C. competitive 1. agonistic 2. dominance hierarchies 3. territoriality C. courtship & mating 1. individual displays 2. mutual ritual displays 3. mating systems a. promiscuous b. monogamous c. polygamous 1) polygynous 2) polyandrous sneaker males human societies D. care of young E. altruism 1. kin selection inclusive fitness 2. reciprocal VII. Animal Societies A. Insects 1. solitary 2. somewhat social 3. eusocial superorganism B. Vertebrate societie C. Human societies culture eg: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/imagine/200807/creativity-the-wild-side-animal-innovation...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course BIOL V04 taught by Professor De-jesus,m during the Fall '08 term at Ventura College.

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