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Unravelling Animal Behaviour

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Unravelling Animal Behaviour

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Unravelling Animal Behaviour by Marian Stamp Dawkins
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A guide to help unravel the difficulties commonly encountered by students of animal behaviour. Clear definitions and explanations for key concepts provide an ideal entry into longer texts and the literature that students taking short or modular courses refer to in the library. This book concentrates on clarifying the key issues in animal behaviour; outlines clearly the critical points of contention; tackles difficult points that heavier texts gloss over; new chapters on consciousness, including animal suffering and application of animal behaviour studies to human behaviour'; includes new work on adaptation, motivation and evolutionary models; Author is Secretary-General of the International Ethological Congress 1995-9.
Release date Australia
February 6th, 1995
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Edition
2nd edition
Imprint
Longman
Pages
176
Dimensions
138x214x10
ISBN-13
9780582218758
Product ID
1793929

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