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MCMASTERPSYCH 2TT3Brett BestonWinter

PSYCH 2TT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cultural Learning, Japanese Macaque, Pan Flute

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The anecdotes studies done in mid 1900s (not necessarily controlled); before these observations, animals thought to be incapable of social behaviour an
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MCMASTERPSYCH 2TT3Ayesha KhanFall

PSYCH 2TT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Brown Rat, Xenophobia

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Proximate questions: mechanism: what stimuli elicit behaviour and what changes happen in response/anticipation to stimuli, development: how does behavi
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MCMASTERPSYCH 2TT3Brett BestonWinter

Lecture 6 (Chapter 4 - Feb 11) - PSYCH 2TT3

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Innate behaviour a behaviour determined by the hard-wiring of the nervous system: built into the species and not acquired by practice (hereditary) Gene
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MCMASTERPSYCH 2TT3Ayesha KhanFall

Animal Behaviour Textbook Notes CHAPTER (6)

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MCMASTERPSYCH 2TT3Ayesha KhanWinter

PSYCH 2TT3 Chapter 5: learning lab (1)

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MCMASTERPSYCH 2TT3Ayesha KhanFall

Animal Behaviour Textbook Notes CHAPTER (15)

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MCMASTERPSYCH 2TT3Ayesha KhanFall

PSYCH 2TT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Eocene, Manganese, Habituation

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Bee colonies and queen reproduction: colonies have millions of workers that do not produce offspring even though they are physiologically capable of do
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MCMASTERPSYCH 2TT3Ayesha KhanFall

PSYCH 2TT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Phenotypic Plasticity, Lymphoma, Classical Conditioning

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MCMASTERPSYCH 2TT3Ayesha KhanFall

Animal Behaviour Textbook Notes CHAPTER (3)

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MCMASTERPSYCH 2TT3Ayesha KhanFall

PSYCH 2TT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Parental Investment, Cichlid, Mate Choice

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Female"s greater choosiness in mate selection should translate into greater variance in the reproductive success of males: natural selection will act a
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MCMASTERPSYCH 2TT3Reuven DukasFall

PSYCH 2TT3 Chapter Notes -Naked Mole-Rat, Guppy, Genetic Variation

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Chapter 3: hormone & neurobiology: ultimate perspective, how a behavior is expressed in terms of genetic & physiological mechanisms. Diffs in foraging
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MCMASTERPSYCH 2TT3Brett BestonWinter

PSYCH 2TT3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Defecation, Guppy, Dna Microarray

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Humans, not nature, are often the driving force in variation in populations of plants and species. Evolution a change over time of the proportions of i
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