Textbook Notes for PSY352H5 at University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)

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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

Chapter 6 notes

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17 Mar 2011
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Chapter 6: foraging behaviour: finding, choosing & and processing food. The specific principles of foraging are common to all animal species, even if t
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

Chapter 5 study guide

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27 Feb 2011
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In the context of animal behavior communication is the sharing of information between individuals. Exactly how communication is transferred will depend
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

Chapter 3 Study Guide

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21 Feb 2011
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Behaviors can be thought of having underlying motivations. These may be internal or external to the individual (or both). Levels of motivation relating
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiFall

Ch. 4: The Development of Behavior

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16 Dec 2011
44
These sections of dna are termed genes and their specific sites on the chromosome are termed. Genetic variability is linked to variability in expressed
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UTMPSY352H5GerlaiWinter

PSY352H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Epistasis, Gene Expression, Pleiotropy

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24 Feb 2018
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UTMPSY352H5GerlaiWinter

PSY352H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Motor Coordination, Motor Skill, Classical Conditioning

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24 Feb 2018
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UTMPSY352H5GerlaiWinter

PSY352H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: George Romanes, Margaret Floy Washburn, Operant Conditioning

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16 Jan 2018
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Animals and their behaviour are an integral part of human society. Recognizing and defining behaviour: animal behaviour: any internally coordinated, ex
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UTMPSY352H5GerlaiWinter

PSY352H5 Chapter 2: Methods for Studying Animal Behaviour

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16 Jan 2018
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UTMPSY352H5Mary Lou SmithWinter

PSY352H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Sexy Son Hypothesis, Carotenoid, Mate Choice

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12 Apr 2014
30
Males and females are different: statistics ; single ejaculation contains approx. When they are reproductively active they have a large number of sperm
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UTMPSY352H5Mary Lou SmithWinter

PSY352H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 01: Pseudomorph, Cephalopod

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12 Apr 2014
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UTMPSY352H5Mary Lou SmithWinter

PSY352H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pseudomorph, Cephalopod

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12 Apr 2014
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

PSY352H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ink Sac, Pseudomorph, Cephalopod

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13 Mar 2014
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