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Nature_vs_Nuture_1_1

Nature_vs_Nuture_1_1 - Homework Question Alarm signals in...

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Homework Question Alarm signals in birds Mobbing signals in birds
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Behavior Innate = “inborn”- Latin, innatus Instinct = “inborn” - Latin, instinctus genetically and developmentally fixed requires no previous experience Learned = modification of behavior with experience
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Partitioning the Variance in a Behavioral Trait Population Genetics Approach Vphenotype = Vgene + Venvironment + Vg*e
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Sign Stimulus (releaser) Red dot on bill Innate Releasing Mechanism Neural networks that control behavior Fixed Action Pattern Pecking bill of parent
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Types of Learning Habituation Sensitization Associative learning Classical conditioning Instrument learning
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Habituation Gradual waning of an unlearned response to a stimulus that proves to be safe or irrelevant.
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Physiological Basis of Learning Eric Kandel – Columbia University Aplysia
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Sensitization Repeated stimulation leads to an increase in the magnitude or frequency of the response.
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