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Learning and instinct in animals.
W. H. Thorpe
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(William Homan), Publication date Topics Animal intelligence, Instinct Publisher London: Methuen. 3 rows Learning and instinct in animals by W.
Thorpe,Harvard University Press edition, in. The outstanding merit of this book is that it is a study of the integration of acquired and innate behaviour. One of the author's major objects 'has been to point out to psychologists and learning theorists on the one hand and to zoologists and physiologists on the other how dependent each is, or ought to be, on the work and viewpoint of the.
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Meyer. Learning and Instinct in Animals: New edition, extensively revised and enlarged. Thorpe, W. Published by Harvard University Press, ISBN ISBN Learning was intended to emphasize aspects of behavior and cognition that are the result of experience and training, whereas instinct was intended to emphasize genetically preprogrammed mechanisms that emerge without special environmental input.
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